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THE X-RAY 1964 




Medical College of Virginia 
Richmond, Virginia 




Foreword 



We're through with our work— the picture-taking, 
and cutting, and pasting, and typing, and meeting 
deadlines— and your work is just beginning. You 
must make these pictures and words into mem- 
ories. You must add your own feelings to each of 
them— the sound and smell and emotion that we 
couldn't put in, because we are not you. If you do, 
you will have a treasure; a record of your year 
experienced and remembered. 




Table of Contents 

What is MCV? 4 

Administration 30 

Organizations and Activities 42 

Honoraries and Fraternities 72 

Schools 96 




What Is M.C.V.? 



First, it is a place . . . 
something statistically big 



and humanly smal 





The uninitiated find it bewildering, but we have 
learned to see it with familiarity. Seeing it thus, 
AACV often means to us not the whole— but the 
smaller things that make up the whole. It is books 
. . . and instruments . . . and medicines . . . and 
lighted windows . . . and halls . . . and blackboards. 
It is a beacon which begins and ends the night. It 
is the very old and the very new. It is brick and 
glass and paper and linen . . . and a few trees. This is 
a place of which to be proud. It is a beautiful goal 
in an ugly setting. 





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MCV is activity. It is morning, when 
alarms ring, and water gushes, and 
elevators are packed with the chang- 
ing shift. It is a whole day and night, 
sunrise and sunset of activity. 



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Hands and heads and feet are busy . . . ma- 
chines are busy . . . there are busy groups and 
busy individuals. This is a world where phones 
ring, Telepage calls, sterilizers boil, wheels roll. 
It is at times a very basic world of hunger and 
food; weariness and rest. 






Healing, searching, comforting, learning 
... in these few blocks the movement 
never stops. Life begins, life ends, and 
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AACV is living with other people. This is the 
strongest tie we have to this school during 
the years we are here. Older friends at 
home and at other schools are remembered, 
and yet these are the real friends now, these 
people who know, along with us, what 
life at AACV is like. All other people are, 
somehow, not quite in touch. 







These are the people who sit sleepily with you on 
winter mornings, before the sun comes up, while 
you eat breakfast. These are the people who under- 
stand all the private jokes, and laugh like crazy 
when you do something stupid because they did 
the same thing last week. 





MCV is preparation, built around a hub of 
teaching and learning. Doctors, dentists, 
nurses, pharmacists, medical technologists, 
physical therapists, hospital administrators, 
scientists . . . but first we are students, and 
studying is our occupation. 




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We study the living and the dead; the written and the un- 
written. We study cases real and hypothetical. We discover 
the miracles in the test tube and Petri dish; of the human body 
and the human mind. We know a thousand things and must 
learn a million more. We watch . . . we memorize . . . we 
reason. When solitude is a must to study, we find it, or make 
it, everywhere. Sprawling, sitting, lying, standing, leaning; 
we study. 





MCV is good times. It is a carnival of things that are 
meant to be fun: partying, dancing, picnicking, giving 
shows; and a merry-go-round of spontaneous things 
that turn out to be fun: something said in class, a mid- 
night romp, a coke at the Skull. Our good times occur 
naturally, v\/hile we are eating or walking to class. They 
are made up of little things, like a moment with a 
friend. Laughter punctuates our daily lives, and adds its 
own rich meaning. 








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MCV is work, for by doing we learn. We go 
beyond the classrooms and the labs . . . into 
the silent emptiness of the pharmacy at night 
and the busy warmth of the kitchens at meal- 
time; into the wards and the operating rooms, 
and the physical therapy gym. We meet the 
patients— real people who cannot be found 
on page 109 of a text, and we bathe them, 
feed them, stick needles in them, exercise 
them, teach them, and listen to them. We 
know how it feels to be weary at the end of 
the day, and we know well the half-anger, 
half-worry that comes when something has 
gone wrong. But, we also know, from a hun- 
dred incidences throughout the day, the satis- 
faction that our type of work can give. 



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MCV is many feelings. Underlying everything 
there is excitement. MCV can be as exas- 
perating OS a genetics problem and as much 
fun as Saturday night. It is many things too 
big for us to ever know, things more compli- 
cated and wonderful than we had ever 
guessed. It is the tense nervousness before an 
exam, and the even colder fear the patient 
knows. It is the quiet joy of first wearing a 
white cap, or the tremendous relief when you 
find out you passed. MCV is well acquainted 
with pain. It is grief. It is comfort. More than 
all this — for the patients, and families, and 
doctors, and teachers, and students — it is 
hope. 




"Teach us to care and not to 
care." T. S. Eliot 



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Often we forget why we came. For each of us there 
hod to be some vision, some dream — perhaps silly, per- 
haps grim —that brought us here. The dream was rather 
vague and shadowy except for you — me — the important 
central figure in white. But visions vanish when reality 
steps in. And now the sidewalks are real, the elevators, 
the tunnels, the cafeteria lines, the people. Metal hospital 
beds that shock you on cold mornings ore real. Bloody 
syringes in o basin ore real. A patient says nothing, but 
his eyes see everything. Staphene stings. A clean dressing 
looks whitely fresh. Rubber gloves feel smooth as your 
hands slip into them; the cuff pops against your wrist; the 
powder flies for an instant. You touch reality. You feel it, 
and smell it, and see it, and hear it. 



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Medical College of A^irginia 

M C V S TAT I O N 
RICHMOND 19, VIRGINIA 



OFFICE OF 



To our 1964 Graduates: 

A bronze plaque in the foyer of the MCV hospital is 
inscribed: 

•TO PRESERVE AND RESTORE HEALTH - TO 
SEEK THE CAUSE AND CURE OF DISEASES - TO 
EDUCATE THOSE WHO WOULD SERVE HUMANITY." 

This brief statement expresses the purpose of the insti- 
tution and the goal that we continously seek to attain. The completion 
of your formal education is your attainment of the first of many 
goals that will challenge you during the remainder of your profession- 
al careers. The application of the knowledge you have acquired at 
MCV will launch you on your search for additional goals, greater 
achievement and service to humanity. 

Many who have gone before you during past years are now 
carrying on their search and welcome you to their ranks. The 
College is proud of its graduates, and we are confident that the 
contributions of the class of 1964 will be in the highest traditions 
of our alumni who continue, "To preserve and restore health - to 
seek the cause and cure of diseases - and to serve humanity." 

Congratulations and best wishes, 

Sincerely, 



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President 




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papers in his new office in the 
Medical Education Building. 



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The Administrative Council 



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CHARLES P. CARDVVELL, JR 
Dr. H.A., FACHA 
Vice-President and 
Director of Hospitals 



JOHN H. HEIL, JR. 
A.B., LL.B. M.A. 
Assistant President 



L. DANIEL CROOKS 

B.S. 

Comptroller 




EBBE C. HOFF 

Ph.D. B.Ch., M.D. 

Dean, School of Graduate Studies 



HARRY LYONS 

D.D.S., Sc.D., LL.D. FACD 

Dean, School of Dentistry 



KINLOCH NELSON 

M.D. 

Dean, School of Medicine 




WARREN E. WEAVER 

Ph.D., FACA 

Dean, School of Pharmacy 



DORIS B. YINGLING 

R.N., Ed.D. 

Dean, School of Nursing 



FRANKLIN BACON 
B.A., M.A. 
Dean of Students 



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The Board of Visitors 



The Board of Visitors has had a long and interesting 
history. The Medical College of Virginia began in 1838, 
OS the Medical Department of Hampden-Sydney College. 

In 1854, a misunderstanding arose over the appoint- 
ment of a professor to a new chair. For the first time, 
hIampden-Sydney College did not approve the recom- 
mendation of the medical faculty and approved another 
man for the chair. A long drawn out controversy ensued, 
and the medical department petitioned the General 
Assembly of Virginia for a separate charter, which was 
granted February 25, 1854. At that time the governor 
appointed the first Board of Visitors, nineteen men. 

In 1882, Governor William S. Cameron decided he 
would remove the members of the old board and 
appointed an entirely new board. When the new board 
came to the college for a meeting. Dr. James B. McCall, 
Dean, locked the college doors (Egyptian Building) and 
refused them admittance. The board met in the yard. The 
issue was finally resolved by the Supreme Court of 
Appeals, which ruled that while the governor had the 
authority to appoint, only the General Assembly itself 
could remove board members. 

The College ran for 90 years before it was discovered 
that lifetime appointments to the board were unconstitu- 
tional. Today, board members are appointed for four 
year terms. If separated by one year, members may serve 
more than one four year term. In many instances, fathers 
and sons have served on the board. These are only a few 
of the many interesting happenings which have brought 
the Board of Visitors to their present existence. 



OFFICERS 

Buford Scott Chairman of the Board 

Samuel M. Bemiss ...Vice Chairman 

Samuel M. Bemiss Chairman of the Executive Committee 

Reginald Rooke Vice Chairman 

Samuel M. Bemiss Richmond, Virginia 

C. Francis Cocke Roanoke, Virginia 

Mrs. Anne F. Mahoney Richmond, Virginia 

Dr. Richard A. Michaux Richmond, Virginia 

Dr. Edward Myers ....Norfolk, Virginia 

W. T. Reed, Jr Richmond, Virginia 

R. Reginald Rooke Richmond, Virginia 




MEMBERS 

V. R. Shackelford, Jr Orange, Virginia 

Sfuart Shumate Richmond, Virginia 

R. Blackwell Smith, Jr Richmond, Virginia 

E. H. Titmus, Jr Petersburg, Virginia 

Dr. A. L. Van Name, Jr Urbonno, Virginia 

Dr. Woodrow W. Wilkerson Richmond, Virginia 



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Elizabeth Cowan Morrow, Assistant Dean of 
Students, says that her particular interest is in 
trying to establish several common meeting 
grounds to unite students of the various schools 
of MCV. 

A native of North Carolina, and a graduate of 
Queens College and Columbia University, Miss 
Morrow has held positions in personnel and guid- 
ance at Winthrop College, Duke University, State 
University of New York, and the College of Wil- 
liam and Mary. Her work at MCV offers a "differ- 
ent type of job" which she likes very much. Miss 
Morrow came to MCV as Assistant Dean of Stu- 
dents in September, 1963. 





Mr. Charles W. Hill, Student Financial Aid Officer, is in 
charge of the administration of student loans and scholar- 
ships, and counseling students in financial matters. For- 
merly with Southern Bonk and Trust Company in Rich- 
mond, Mr. Hill states that he has always been interested in 
education, and was glad for the opportunity to combine 
his financial background with his interest in education. 



Our Director of Housing is Harry R. Hester, a graduate 
of Emory and Henry College. Mr. Hester is in charge of 
all student housing. This includes married housing, room 
rentals, student parking, housekeeping, disciplining, plan- 
ning, and renovating, and all room assignments. In addi- 
tion to this, Mr. Hester is also handling the intramural 
activities for this year. 



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Dr. Kay directs. 



Student Health 

The Medical College of Virginia has a full-time 
health service for all its students. Coverage begins 
with matriculation and is continuous throughout 
the year until graduation or withdrawal. The Stu- 
dent Health Service includes a physician, Dr. Wil- 
liam Kay, and a nurse. Miss E. West, who are 
available for treatment, conference, and guidance 
relative to health and adjustment problems. 

The Student Health office is located on the Fourth 
Floor, East Wing, of MCV Hospital. 




Freda Ashwortii directs junior medical students to the table 
for their Sabin oral vaccine. 





What's your problem? 



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hand out sugar cubes. 



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In Memoriam 



ALTON DEAN BRASHEAR 

Professor of Anatomy 

June 30, 1963 

ROBERT SYDNEY CUNNINGHAM 

Visiting Professor of Anatomy 

May 24, 1963 

FRANKLIN JOSEPH LAWSON 

Administrative Assistant, Hospital Division 

August 17, 1962 

SIDNEY STEVENS NEGUS 

Emeritus Professor of Biochemistry 

May 17, 1963 

JESSE HOWELL WEATHERBY 

Professor of Pharmacology 

July 10, 1963 



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(Top rowi Howes Campbell, Jack McAllister, Lorry Sharpe, Dovid Daniels, Donald Pryor, Roy Walker. (Second row) Keith Gooding, 
Joe Gibson, Hubert Jones, Russ Aylor, Jock Wilkerson, T. W. Mostiler. (Bottom row) Gordon Prior, J. A. McElveen, W. W. Wentz, 
Regina Payne, Richard Chaney, James Corbin. 








Archie Beebe, President. 



Claude Whitehead, Vice-president. Virginia Robbins, Secretary. 



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Representatives 




(Top row) Robert Burner, Carroll Quillen, Cathy Dove, Sandra Long, Janet Woolley, Patricia Stover. (Second row) Joan Sublett, 
Louise Walker, Janet King, Pat Reid, Jean Rhodius, Gordon Davis. (Bottom rov^- Robert Duncan, Mohamed Elgohory, Joe Levasseur. 



The Student Council 

The Medical College of Virginia Student Council is composed of represen- 
tatives of each class of each school, who are elected by the members of 
their respective classes. The number of representatives each class is allotted 
is determined by class membership. 

Officers of the Student Council are elected from the presidents of the 
various schools by the members of the Student Council. 

The Student Council has had a very active and successful year. Orienta- 
tion was sponsored by the Student Council. The Social Committee held three 
major events this year. The Tour Committee helped with orientation and 
served as a student link with the public. The Bridge and Inter-Faith Commit- 
tees were newly active groups on campus. The X-Ray expanded, giving a 
more complete coverage to student life. 

The Student Body Officers, members of the Student Council, and Com- 
mittee Chairmen have worked diligently to make this year a success. 




Herman Medlin, Treasurer. 



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Archie Beebe introduces Student Government officers: 
Mat Merker, co-editor of The X-Ray; Paul White, Pres. 
Medicine; Claude Whitehead, Pres. Dentistry; Mary 
Morrison, acting Sec.; GiGi Robbins, Pres. Nursing. 



Freshman Orientation 



Orientation week for students was a cooperative 
effort by the Dean of Student's office, the adminis- 
tration, student government, and all the schools. 
This year emphasis was placed on activities for first 
year students in an effort to give them an effective 
introduction to AACV. A tour of the college was 
planned and conducted by the Tour Committee on 
the first afternoon of orientation week. That eve- 
ning. Dr. R. Blackwell Smith, President of the College, 
extended greetings, and introduced the Adminis- 
trative Council. After this, the President of Student 
Government, Archie Beebe, introduced officers of 
the Student Council and gave a brief explanation 
of the Student Council. Chairman of the Honor 
Council, Claude Whitehead, explained the honor 
code and answered questions. 



The second day of orientation was consumed 
entirely with registration. That evening the Inter- 
faith Committee sponsored a service at Monumen- 
tal Church. 

The third and last day of orientation, chartered 
buses were boarded to take freshmen to Camp 
Kentwood. At the picnic students were able to 
relax and enjoy baseball, football, and dancing to 
an excellent combo provided through the generosity 
of the Alumni Association. 





Tompkins McCaw library, an important 
stop on the tour. 



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Four dollars, please. 



Registration 

Organized confusion. 

May I initial your paper'. . . Four dollars, 
please ... Do you have a car? Do you live on 
campus? Have you had your picture taken 
yet? . . . Celebrity series? Virginia Museum? 
Richmond Symphony? Chest x-ray: Take a deep 
breath. Hold it! Thank you. Next ... Go back 
and have Mr. Hester initial under Housing . . . 
Yes, that is all. Have you had your picture taken 
for the yearbook? Between those doors or up 
the stairs. Name? School address? Take this to 
the photographer to your right . . . 

Chin up. Smile. That's all. Next. Have you 
signed out with Mr. Hill? You're through. 

This was registration. 



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Tour Committee members: (top row) H. Aulick, A. Beebe, D. Boyd, B. Brill, K. Denny, C. Dove, (row two) 
A. Effron, B. Field, E. Funderburk, S. Hiltsley, D. Jones, E. Kibler. (row three) J. King, J. Levasseur, J. 
McAllister, H. Medlin, L. Mount, L. Neale. (row four) M. Payne, J. Perry, N. Powell, G. Redman, P. 
Sprouse, S. Toporek. (row five) J. True, W. Webb, T. Wells, D. White, C. Whitehead. Missing: G. Davis, M. 
Morrison, B. Weeks, K. Wilson. 

Tour Committee 

The Tour Committee began the school year 
by conducting tours for all nev^ students dur- 
ing orientation. In November, the Tour Commit- 
tee assisted with v^eekend activities planned 
for high school guidance counselors. In the 
spring, high school students interested in Med- 
icine and its related professions were invited to 
visit AACV. Members of the Tour Committee planed 
and directed the events of the day. This not only 
enabled interested students to learn of the re- 
sources available at MCV, but also to receive 
first hand information from students. This has 
proved to be one of the greatest advantages of 
having a Tour Committee. 

Co-Chairmen Paul White and Virginia Robbins 




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The instructor calls out what should be in each hand during the Beginners class. 



Bridge Committee 

Noting the interest in Bridge on Campus, 
the Student Council set up a committee to hire 
a professional instructor to teach classes In 
Advanced and Beginning Bridge. Classes were 
free if each class had more than forty mem- 
bers. There was an enthusiastic turnout for 
the classes. 



Spades are trumps. 



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Mel Merchant, Chairman of the Social 
Committee, dances with Lana Woite at the 
Christmas Dance. 



Dean Bacon, Assistant Dean Morrow, Mrs. Bacon and Mel Merchant chat at the 
Christmas Dance. 




Couples dance to the music of the Tantillc Band at the Christmas Dance. 



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The Social Committee 

The Social Committee, headed by Mel 
Merchant and composed of representa- 
tives of every class from every school, 
sponsored three major events this year. 
The All School Christmas Dance was held 
at Tantilla Gardens early in December. 
Committee members held their breath 
waiting to see if attendance would exceed 
whot fire regulations allowed. But, all 
went well and the dance was a big suc- 
cess. The Jazz-Folk Festival held in the 
Student Union Building in January was 
also a success. Hopefully it was the begin- 
ning of yearly concerts on campus. In the 
Spring there was another dance for the 
entire school in honor of the seniors. The 
Social Committee enjoyed a very success- 
ful year. 

(Top) Billy Butterfield and liis group opened the sliow. 




The Near Eastern Ensemble introduced the electric oud and Princess Jamal 




Linda Vickers captivated the audience 
with her folk songs at the Jazz-Folk 
Festival. 



(Bottom) The faculty and administration seem delighted with the turn-out for the 
Jazz-Folk Festival. 





Cultural Opportunities 

Students at MCV are given many opportunities to 
attend Richmond presentations of visiting and local 
artists in the fields of the Dance, Music, Theatre, and 
Art. The Student Government finances one half the 
cost of season tickets to either The Virginia Museum, 
the Celebrity Series or the Richmond Symphony. 

Among the artists presented at the Mosque by the 
Richmond symphony this season were violinist Erica 
Morini, pianist John Browning, and the Richmond 
Woodwind Quintet. 

The very popular Celebrity Series offers a fascinating 
combination of artists throughout the season, from 
October to April. The 1963-1964 program included 
presentations by The American Ballet Theatre, Boston 
Pops Orchestra conducted by Arthur Fiedler, the 
Koutev Bulgarian National Ensemble, Montavoni, 
Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra, and 



The Celebrity Series presented pianist Philippe Entremont. 



pianist Philippe Entremont. 

The Virginia Museunn of Fine Arts in- 
troduced nnany groups of artists to 
Richmond theatre-goers. The Virginia Dance 
Society presented stirring recitals by several 
ensembles, including AAata and Hari, Norman 
Walker and Company, and Ruth Currier and 
Company. The Museum Theatre, presenting 
nationally famous plays, began the 1963- 
1964 season with their production of the 
ever-popular The King and I, and followed 
it with presentations of All The Way Home, 
Hamlet, A Thousand Clowns, and Auntie 
A/lame. Programs by the Virginia Film Society 
and the Virginia Chamber Music Society are 
also available to MCV students throughout 
the year. 





Robert Albertia plays the King and Marjorie Arenstein, Anna, in 
tine Virginia Museum Theatre's production of The King and I. 




Ismael Nazario, who plays Lun Tha, listens as the King's 
courtesan Tuptim, played lay Caroline Payne, sings of her love 
for him. The two appeared in The King and I. 



The Koutev Bulgarian National Ensemble 
presented by the Celebrity Series. 



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Visiting Scholars 
Committee 





Late comers rush in to the meeting. 



Anthony Yuskaltis, Chairman of the Visiting Scholars 
Committee, introduces the speaker. 



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with the American Theater?" 




The Visiting Scholars Committee, composed of 
interested students from every school, faculty mem- 
bers, and members of the administration, bring au- 
thors, scholars, politicians, religious leaders, business 
tycoons, and a variety of other speakers to MCV to 
enrich our cultural opportunities here on campus. 



(belowi Before the speaker begins there are introductions. 




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(Top row) Wayne Wilson, Sam Vance, Lewis Bridgforth, Robert Pruner, C. G. Bennett, A. H. Cash; (Second row) Russell Aylor, 
Jack Wilkerson, Barry Spiegel, Roger Soger, David Cox, Daniel Herbert; (Third row! Judy True, Mary Jane Baluch, Ann Whichard, 
Peggy Colley, Deborah Schline, Paul Collins. Freshmen are missing. 



The Honor Council 




Claude Whitehead, Chairman. 



Ever since man has had a society, he has made cer- 
tain laws and mores for his society to follow. The 
same is true of our Honor System at the Medical Col- 
lege of Virginia. The Honor System is a system of 
self-government whereby the students, themselves, 
eliminate from the Student Body those students who 
do not uphold and follow our Honor Code. 

The Honor Council is composed of a member from 
each of the classes at M.CV who has been elected by 
his fellow classmates. It is the duty of the Honor Coun- 
cil Members to decide if there has been an Honor 
Code violation, and, if so, to set the penalty for the 
particular infraction. It is not easy to judge other 
people; however, the members of the Honor Council 
realize the importance of their job and perform their 
duty diligently. 

It is of utmost importance also, for each student to 
realize his duty as a member of the Student Body and 
as a part of the Honor System. Without the coopera- 
tion of each student, there would be no Honor System, 
for each student is a basic part of our Honor System. 

CLAUDE WHITEHEAD 



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The 
School 
Officers 



(Left to right! William Avery Webb, secretary-treasurer,- Claude 
Whitehead, president. The School of Dentistry. 




(Left to right) Martha Dickerson, vice- 
president; Carolyn Gwin, treasurer, Vir- 
ginia Robbins, president; Anna Alligood, 
secretary. The School of Nursing. 



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Each school at the Medical College elects 
officers of their own Student Body to serve 
them. Some schools have a Student Council 
of their own to organize and plan the activi- 
ties for their school. 

Besides their responsibilities to their individ- 
ual schools, school presidents are ex-officio 
members of the Medical College Student 
Council and members of the Tour Committee. 



Paul White, president. School of Medicine. 
Missing: John McAllister, secretory-treasurer. 



(Left to right) Laura Neole, secretary-treasurer; Herman 
Medlin, president. School of Pharmacy. 




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The 
X-Ray 






Mat Merker, Co-editor. 



Luis Oliver, Copy Editor. 



Walter Padow, Co-editor. 

It all started in June a year ago. We were going to 
have the best annual ever. The sweltering days of sum- 
mer turned into the brisk days of fall and the first dead- 
line rolled by with nary a copy sheet on its way to Dallas. 
With the arrival of cold weather, THE X-RAY moved to 
Randolph-Minor Fourth Floor Lounge, since there was a 
decided lack of heat in the office provided. In warmth 
and comfort we still vowed it would be the best annual 
in MCV's history. Thanks to a great deal of sweat and 
backaches on Gail Silcox port, we finally met ... all 
right — almost met ... a deadline. And now, as we 
approach the finish line, we cross our fingers and say: 
Well, it's better than last years . . . isn't it?" 

Foye Durrette, Business Manager 




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Gail Silcox, Class Editor. 




Karen Fluckiger, Publicity Chairman,- Janet Woolley, 
Honoraries and Fraternities Editor. 




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The Beacon 



The editor of The Beacon is elected by the nurs- 
ing students during the first month of the spring 
quarter of the school year. Her duties are to: 1 ) 
keep a record of amendments of the Constitution 
and Bylaws, 2) keep a record for revision of The 
Beacon, 3) be responsible for the publication of 
The Beacon each year. The Beacon editor selects 
her committee who works with her and the Assist- 
ant Dean of Students to plan The Beacon for the 
following year. 

The Beacon is the handbook for the School of 
Nursing and all those who live in Randolph-Minor 
Hall. 



Faye Durrette, editor 



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Min 
ciat 



nie M. Frank, Secretary of the Alumni Association, stands in front of an ornate fireplace in the Alumni Asso- 
ion House. 



The Alumni Association 

For many students at the Medical College of Virginia, June, 
1964, will mark the realization of their dreams. Doctors, 
dentists, pharmacists, nurses, physical therapists, hospital 
odministrators, and recipients of Ph.D. and M.A. degrees. 
The Alumni Association of the Medical College of Virginia 
congratulates you, the graduates of 1964, and exends to 
you a warm welcome into their midst. 





MCV prepares us for professional leadership. 
Archie Beebe discusses o problem with members 
of the Student Council. 



MCV prepares us to be well-informed mem- 
bers of our chosen profession. Robert Wampler 
studies in the Library. 



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Walter Joe Jacumin, president; James David Daniels, vice-president; Kenneth Passamaneck, secretary; Carroll Petty, 
treasurer. 



The Student American Medical Association 



The Medical College of Virginia Chapter of SAMA 
came into existence in December, 1952, and has 
since that time become the prominent medical organi- 
zation on the campus. Each year SAMA presents lec- 
tures on topics of interest to the entire medical school, 
as well as presenting various films to the individual 
classes. 

SAMA membership is open to all medical students, 
interns, and residents, of which approximately 60 per 
cent of the school of medicine is represented. The 
Medical College of Virginia Chapter is composed of 
an Advisory Council and an Executive Council, as well 
as four representatives of each class. The Advisory 
Council to SAMA consists of the Dean of the school 
of medicine or his appointed representative, two fac- 
ulty representatives, and a local medical society rep- 



resentative. The Executive Council is composed of the 
Dean of the school of medicine or his appointed rep- 
resentative and the President, Vice-President, Secre- 
tary, and Treasurer of SAMA at the Medical College 
of Virginia. The officers are elected at a call meeting 
of the membership in May of each year, and at that 
time four students from each class are elected as rep- 
resentatives to SAMA. 

It is through each member and their efforts that 
SAMA at the Medical College of Virginia has had the 
opportunity to speak up and speak out for medicine, 
to look up and look out for medicine, and to stand 
up and stand out for medicine. For SAMA believes 
that cooperation, enthusiasm and hard work, com- 
bined with mature and realistic thinking, will preserve 
the honor and esteem of the medical profession. 



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Fred Ridenhour, secretary-treasurer; John Timmerman, vice-president; Philip Brandt, president. 




Student Dental Society 

The Student Dental Society at the Medical College 
of Virginia serves quite a useful and functional pur- 
pose. Membership is offered to every student in the 
School of Dentistry. The Medical College of Virginia 
Chapter's Executive Committee is comprised of two 
representatives and the officers from each of the four 
classes. 

The Society serves to tie together the various groups 
in the Dental School by a bond of social and profes- 
sional interests, in the form of round-table discussions, 
speakers, presentations of papers by its members, and 
other events. In the past, the Society has sponsored 
occasional picnics and an annual "Faculty Take-Off!" 

The two main objectives of the Society are the pro- 
motion of scholarship and professionalism among its 
members. The Society makes available a Student 
Loan Fund for any student who is in need of financial 
assistance during the year. 

(left) Underclassmen work in lobs. 



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Virginia 

Pharmaceutical 

Association 



The Virginia Pharmaceutical Asso- 
ciation's main purpose is to improve 
public health by promoting high stand- 
ards of professional practice. It car- 
ries out programs essential for the stu- 
dent's professional future. 

Meetings and discussions, led by 
professional men from all fields, are 
held to help prepare the Pharmacy 
students of MCV for the moral, ethical, 
and social obligation as citizens and as 
members of the Pharmaceutical pro- 
fession. 

Basically, the Student Branch of 
the V.Ph. A. unites the students of 
Pharmacy, so that through participa- 
tion and observation, they v^ill develop 
pharmaceutical talent and elevate the 
standard of professional thought. 




(Left to right) Dr. Lowenthal, advisor,- Larry Blevins, president; Kay Denny, treas- 
urer; Barbara Bryant, corresponding secretary; Jim Powers, vice-president; Dave 
Cox, recording secretary. 




American 

Pharmaceutical 

Association 



The A. Ph. A. was fortunate this year 
in having our president Michael Stred- 
ler elected delegate to the House of 
Delegates of the student section of 
the American Pharmaceutical Associa- 
tion at its annual convention at Miami 
Beach this summer. At the beginning 
of the year, a successful membership 
drive in v^hich the junior and senior 
classes attained 100% membership, 
v^as held. All phases of the Pharmacy 
profession were presented at the 
monthly meetings. Each program was 
planned to benefit each member of 
the organization by increasing his 
knowledge and understanding of his 
role as a future pharmacist. 



(Left to right) Paul lv/anil<, secretary, Larry Hill, vice-president; Richard Jacobs, 
historian; Mickey Stredler, president; Mike Kent, treasurer. 



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MCV representatives at the State S.N.A.V. Convention in Riclimond. (left to right) Jane White, junior rep 
Ruth Johnson, MCV rep.; Sue Triplett, sophomore rep.,- Charlotte Arnold, senior rep. 



Student Nurses Association 




District III Student Nurses Association ploys o defi- 
nite role in the life of a nursing student at MCV. It 
prepares her for membership in the A.N. A. and gives 
a better understanding of the professional organiza- 
tion. 

District plans for the year included the State and 
National Conventions, a Christmas Party, a Talent 
Show, discussions, speakers, and elections. Meetings 
were held once a month throughout the school year, 
and rotated with a different school host each month. 



Ruth Johnson and another Virginia Delegate at the National CciT/ention in Atlantic 
City, N. J. 



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Intramural 
Sports 



After several false starts, the Intramural 
Sports Progrom finally got into full swing 
after Christmas. Several basketball games 
were held each week in the John Marshall 
hiigh School gym. And, other sports activities 
are scheduled for the spring months. 

Stan Toporek is Chairman of the MCV Ath- 
letic Council. Each class of each school elects 
a representative to this council. 




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Inter-faith Committee 



For the first time at MCV an Inter-Faith Com- 
mittee, composed of members from the various 
schools representing Protestant, Jewish, and Cath- 
olic faiths, was appointed by the president of the 
Student Council in the summer of 1 963. Judy Allen 
was appointed chairman. 

The committee has discussed the religious activi- 
ties at MCV which are open to oil students. Cam- 
pus Vespers are held every Wednesday evening 
from 6:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. At this service, clergy 
from the different Faiths and denominations rep- 
resented at MCV speak. There are, also, many 
denominational fellowships active on campus. 



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Reverend Ronald Merrix of Monumental Church. 



(below^. The dome of Monumental Church. 



("belowi The Chapel on 17th Floor MCV Hospital 




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(Topi Biochemistry con be befuddling, even to Dr. Abbott. 
fBottoml Term paper assignments mean time spent in the library. 





"Don't give me what I ask for! Give me what I wont!" 



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"A very merry, dancing, drinking, laughing, quaffing, and unthinking 
time." John Dryden. 



Whaddo yo mean shove my legs! 



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Boo Dickerson admires Mrs. Laughlin's 
handiwork. 



Dr. Reid lectures on microorganisms. 
(Below) Luis Oliver enjoys the music 



(Below) Harrison Fridley and Robert Glenn work in the MCV Pharmacy. 




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Honoraries and 







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Fraternities 




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Dunbar Hoskins, president 
Jon Prevatt, vice-president 
Pat Solenberger, secretary 
Louis Carrington, treasurer 



Sigma Zeta 



Erwin Abell 
Charlotte Arnold 



Robert Belk 
Louis Carrington 
Erma Cook 
Ronald David 
Ralph Dotson 
Melvin Fratkin 



Thomas Garrett 
Roger Gifford 
Jordan Gutterman 
Lorence Gutterman 
Jane Hickman 
Ronnie Hilton 



Dunbar Hoskins 
Waverly Hurt 
Paul Lilly 
Jerry Miller 
Kennedy Neill 
Jerry Owiogs 



Margaret Payne 
Jon Prevatt 
William Robertson 
Laurence Schwartz 
Garland Slagle 
Pat Solenberger 

Not Pictured: Lourier Nolin 









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Sigma Zeta Honorary Science Fraternity was 
founded at Shurtleff College in Alton, Illinois 
in October, 1925, by three science professors, 
Elmer E. List, J. Ellis Powell, and Ralph K. Carleton. 
Their intention was to provide a local society for 
the recognition of outstanding science and mathe- 
matics students, hlowever, the organization cap- 
tured the attention of neighboring schools and at 
the first conclave held in Alton, the notional char- 
acter of Sigma Zeta was formally announced. 
MCV received the charter for the formation of its 
Gamma chapter the following year and the offi- 
cial gavel of the national organization contains 
in it a piece of the flooring from the Egyptian 
Building. Since its inception, Sigma Zeta has 
grown and is presently represented in 21 colleges 
and universities throughout the country. Its pur- 
pose today is to encourage and foster the attain- 
ment of a knowledge of the sciences and to recog- 
nize in its membership the attainment of high 
scholarship in this field. 



Pledges 








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Ricardo Alexander 
Anna Alligood 
Hilton Almond 
Jolin Barlow 



Fred Beller 
Preston Chandler 
Alan Cohen 
Martha Dickerson 
Marvin Frank 
Lloyd Green 



Elizabeth Hoff 
Robert Howell 
Neil Hutcher 
Gerald Lutz 
Leonard McGoho 
Stacy McMarlin 



Luis Oliver 
Donald Perkins 
John Salmon 
Henry Sekerke 
Marsha Smith 
Janet Woolley 



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Left to right: Tony Yuskoitis, vice-president; Ralph Dotson, president; Jordan Gutterman, treas- 
urer. Not Pictured: Jon Prevott, secretary. 



Alpha-Omega-Alpha 



The Alpha Omega Alpha medical fraternity was 
organized by William W. Root at the College of Medi- 
cine, University of Illinois on August 25, 1902. The 
name was changed to Alpha Omega Alpha hlonorary 
Medical Society by action of the Biennial Council 
June 14, 1934. The Beta Chapter of Virginia, known 
as the Brown Sequard Chapter, was organized at the 
Medical College of Virginia in 1940, under the coun- 
selorship of Dr. William B, Porter. 

The Society composes three classes of members: 
1) Undergraduate membership based entirely on 
scholarship, personal honesty and potential leader- 
ship; 2i Alumni and faculty membership granted for 
distinctive achievements in the art and practice of 
scientific medicine and 3i Honorary membership 
awarded- to eminent leaders in medicine and the 
allied sciences. 

The motto of the Society is: "TO BE WORTHY TO 
SERVE THE SUFFERING." 

The spirit of the Society is set forth in its motto and 
in a modern interpretation of the Hippocratic Oath. 
It is the duty of members to promote its ideals, to 



foster scientific and philosophical features of the 
medical profession, to look beyond self to the welfare 
of the profession and of the public, to cultivate social 
mindedness as well as an individualistic attitude 
toward responsibilities, to show respect for colleagues 
and especially for elders and teachers, to foster 
research and in all ways to ennoble the profession of 
medicine and advance it in public opinion. It is 
equally o duty to avoid what is unworthy, including 
the commercial spirit and all practices injurious to the 
welfare of patients, the public, or the profession. 

On December 6, 1963, the annual banquet and 
induction was held at the John Marshall Hotel pre- 
ceded by a scientific gathering at George Ben John- 
son Auditorium. Dr. William Parson, Professor and 
Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine at 
the University of Virginia School of Medicine, spoke 
on "Current Concepts of Obesity." This was followed 
by the induction of undergraduate, alumni, and fac- 
ulty members. Dr. William Parson and Drs. Kinloch 
Nelson and Peter N. Pastore from the Medical College 
of Virginia were the honored inductees. 



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Ralph Dotson 
Melvin Frafkin 
Roger Gifford 
Jordan Guttermon 



Dunbar Hoskins 
Waverly Hurt 
John McAllister 
Jon Prevott 



Eugene Wiener 
Troy Williams 
Tony Yuskaitis 



The officers have a meeting. 





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Alpha 
Sigma 
Chi 





Left to Right: Jim Campbell, secretary,- Virginia Robbins, vice-president; Tom Garrett 
president. Not Pictured: Richard Hoffarth, treasurer. 



Alpha Sigma Chi is an honorary leadership society 
organized to serve the college and student body, and 
to grant recognition to those students who try meet- 
ing high standards of leadership, scholarship, and 
character, have demonstrated ability and willingness 
to play prominent rolls in carrying on student activi- 
ties. 

Members are selected from the school of Medicine 




Dentistry, Nursing, and Pharmacy. An honorary mem- 
ber is chosen annually from among the faculty. 

Alpha Sigma Chi has existed at MCV since 1938, 
and purports to provide for the school an organiza- 
tion of highest ideals and standards, and to create a 
spirit of fellowship and cooperation among students 
in the four schools. 



James Campbell 
Edward DerMartirosian 
Donald Erwin 
Thomas Garrett 




Richard Hoffarth 
Alfred Hurt 
Virginia Robbins 
Michael Stredler 



Morlin Troiano 
Judy White 
Claude Whitehead 

Not Pictured: Philip Davis 



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Erwin Abell 
Philip Brandt 
Charles Clough 
Hong Chi 





Kay Denny 
Catherine Dove 
Frank Ferrier 
Gail Ford 



Crawford Foy 
Ralph Hodges 
William Kennedy 
Marianne Krop 



John McAllister 
Samuel McConkey 
Herman Medlin 
Mat Merker 



Harry Plunkett 
Delores Price 
James Repass 
Bernard Schutt 





Gail Silcox 
Norman Smith 
Joanne Spauls 
Pat Stover 



John Timmermon 
Robert Weber 
Paul White 
John Wright 



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Ernest 

Kolendrianos 
President 



James Daly 
Vice-President 



Randolph Halloran 
Treasurer 




Alpha 



William 

McCormick 
Recording 

Secretary 



Kappa Kappa 



The Sociables 



The local AKK Chapter was chartered here at MCV 
in 1906, and since that time has been a dynamic and 
functioning organization with respect to its activities. 
For the last five years, the Fraternity has attained 
unprecedented popularity as a result of the concerted 
efforts of many individuals — the Officers, the octive 
Brothers, and the Alumni Association. Our total mem- 
bership is 115 including the 32 pledges of our Fall 
1963 Rush Program with the wives of 49 of members 
participating in the Wives Club. It is to Ruth "Sigsby" 
Gayle, President of the AKK Wives Club, that many 
thanks ore extended from all the Brothers for the fine 
work that she and her committees are doing. Their 
activities range from teas, bridge parties, local tours 
and home demonstration to assisting destitute families 
for Christmas. 

From a summer of leisure, the AKK Brothers of MCV 
were again forced into making the painful transition 
from an eight hour day of work to an eighteen hour 
day. In spite of inadequate time, but filled with enthusi- 
asm. Alpha Kappa Kappa embarked upon an ambi- 
tious program for the year's activities. 

The greatest amount of time has centered about 
the Freshman Rushing Program for the Fall, which 
includes a variety of social functions. At the end of 
their first week of Medical School the Freshmen were 
treated to their first AKK Combo Party at the Bon Air 
Community Center. It was a gala affair with raucous 
music and many headaches the next day. Only three 
weeks of school had passed for the Freshmen and 
"wham," the pre erbial "panic" button had been 



pushed. To release the button, if only momentarily, 
the Freshmen were front row occupiers at a World 
Series Party at the Pool Cabana of an alumnus. Dr. 
Philip Coleman. That afternoon was essentially com- 
plete with beer, chips, many TV sets and those cham- 
pionship Dodgers. 

The next three weeks were traumatic for most of 
the Brothers and especially the Freshmen for exams 
seemed to be an everyday headache. In order to get 
everyone out of their hermit-like existence and further 
our Rush Program the AKK Brothers took over 
Schraft's Virginia Inn for a Combo Party. Our last Rush 
function, a Dance Party, in the "plush" Marshall Room 
of thfe John Marshall Hotel, was an astonishing success 
in that the attendance was overwhelming and the 
"true fraternal spirit prevaileth." 

Since last year, a number of the Brothers hove 
fallen from the throne of bachelorhood. They are: 
Ray Young, Gary Wake, Skip Caudill, Frank Ferrier, 
John Flournoy, Bill Gayle, and Greg Halloran. The 
diaper count has remained low, with one offspring 
born to Fred and Rose Shaia, but the count shows 
signs of increasing with Jerry and Emily Miller in 
December and Bob and Vere Beatley in March— there 
went that $600 deduction for 1963! 

In closing three other Brothers should be cited for 
their outstanding contributions and efforts during the 
school year '63-'64. They include Ernie Kolendrianos, 
our President, Randolph Halloran, our Treasurer and 
Joe Jacumin, Corresponding Secretary. 



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MEMBERS 
Hilton Almond 
James Ashe 
Robert Beatley 
Edward Beirne 
Lewis Bridgforth 
Eugene Brown 
John Bumgorner 
Gerald Burnett 
James Campbell 
Louie Carrington 
Estill Caudill 
Charles Chamberlain 
Edward Comer 
James Daly 
Kennon Davis 
Philip Davis 
Richard Deaton 
Rufus DeHort 
Edward Der-Marterosian 
Jomes Dowd 
Donald Erwin 
Frank Ferrier 
Boiling Field 
William Fitzhugh 
John Flournoy 
Sigsby Gayle 
William Gayle 
Roger Gregory 
Linville Holloran 
Randolph Holloran 
Warren Helwig 
Irvin Hess 
Henry Holland 
Horace Hoskins 
Waverly Hurt 
Walter Jacumin 
Alan Jaffe 
Lewis Johnson 
Samuel Kerneklian 
Ronald King 
George Knox 
Ernest Kolendrionos 
Paul Kvole 
David Layman 
Vernon Lynch 
Leo Mazzocchi 
Samuel McConkey 
William McCormick 
Eugene McDannald 
Jerry Miller 
John Moyer 
Walter Neal 
Larry Nolin 
John Ochsner 
Clifton Parker 
Lawerence Penniston 
Jon Prevatt 
Henry Prillaman 
James Repass 
Herbert Rhoades 
Gary Richardson 



William Robertson 
Dennis Robinson 
Peter Rosanelli 
Thomas Sarvay 
Danny Scott 
Fred Shaia 
Lorry Sharpe 
Robert Snead 
Llewellyn Stringer 
Thomas Thompson 
James Thrasher 
Roger Thurman 
Frank Trefny 
John Tyler 
Samuel Vance 
Gary Wake 
Russell Waylond 
Paul White 
Richard Willard 
Troy Williams 
Eugene Wiener 
Terry Yarbrough 
David Yerger 
Raymond Young 

PLEDGES 

John Bagley 

Carl Bivens 

V/illiom Blaylock 

Paul Bowles 

Tom Coniglione 

William Credle 

Tom Day 

Bill Daniels 

Lee Dorey 

William Eddins 

James Gibbs 

Michael Hakala 

Stuart Hamilton 

Bob Harrell 

Bill Harris 

Stanley Heatwole 

Glen Keeney 

Robert Kohler 

Robert Lamb 

John Legett 

Reuben McBrayer 

John Melton 

Ernest Mistr 

Richard Nicholls 

John Nuckols 

C. Paul Pascaroso 

James Perry 

Roman Sachno 

Bruce Schorr 

John Sharpe 

William Spencer-Strong 

William Walker 

Kirke White 

Don Williams 

Frank Wray 




Well, Dr. Kay, it's like this. 




Our Duke Minstrel "The Rowdy" 



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(Front row) Tom Robinson, president, Tom Wells, vice-president; Don Pryor, corresponding secretory; Bill Rossmon, treasurer. 
(Back row) Bill Davis, social chairman; John Barlow, national secretory; Jeff Wooddell, rush chairman; Norman Smith, judge 
advocate; Allen Yung, assistant treasurer. 




Phi Chi 



Phi Chi Medical Fraternity was founded at the 
University of Vermont in 1889. The Theta Eta Chapter 
was established at the Medical College of Virginia in 



March, 1889. Phi Chi is the largest national and inter- 
national medical fraternity, both in number of chap- 
ters and total membership. 




Stuart Aaron 
Frederick Alpern 
Matthew Barlow 
Arthur Brittingham 
Robert Brown 



Hong Yup Chi 
David Crittenden 
William Davis 
Ralph Dotson 
Kenneth Dwyer 
Gerald Ezekiel 



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Steve Ferlazzo 
Theodore George 
Richard Grassey 
William Gray 
John McAllister 
Henry Neale 



Dennis Nofsinger 
Richard Oakley 
Walter Padow 
Ken Passamaneck 
Carroll Petty 
Donald Poretz 



li \M>k 



Robert Pruner 
Donald Pryor 
Wniiam Rossman 
Thomas Robinson 
Ted Rothstein 
Arnauld Scofidi 



Martin Shorgel 
Norman Smith 
Lawrence Southworth 
Thomas Spicuzza 
Aron Storch 
Sam Vance 











Not Pictured; Francis McGee, Ronald Yatfeou 



PLEDGES 
John Altobelli 
Charles Beorn 
Pat Burke 
Bob Campbell 
Denis Compbel 
Dove Daniels 
Dick Feinsod 
Fred Garner 



Tom Gates 
Joel Goozh 
Rufus Gordon 
Stuart Grandis 
Bill Jennings 
Wade Johnson 
Allan Kotz 
David Kotz 



Ben Kemper 
David Kessel 
Kyle Kiesau 
Sponky Kushner 
Steve Marcus 
Mac McAllister 
Harry Mesic 
Ernest Mistr 



Tom Wells 
Sterling Williamson 
Wayne Wilson 
William Wooddell 
Allan Yung 
Tony Yuskaitis 



Larry Miller 
Gilbert Robertshaw 
Arlen Schwilm 
Gemot Spaliek 
Bob Stacks 
Wallace Waldman 
Peter Wick 
John Willis 



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Arvin Robinson 
President 



Willis Brownstein 
Vice-President 




Melvin Fratkin 
Treasurer 



Arnold Effron 
Secretary 



Phi Delta Epsilon 



Phi Delta Epsilon was founded at Cornell University 
Medical College in 1904. It is the aim of Phi D.E. to 
blend the following components of a happy and suc- 
cessful medical career: high scientific and educational 
standards, good fellowship at undergraduate, house 
staff and graduate levels and, constant awareness of 
high medical ethics. 

At the present time there are over 15,000 living 
members in over 45 undergraduate chapters and 40 
graduate clubs located throughout the country. Phi 
D.E. has the most active alumni group in Medicine 



since most of our members remain active after gradu- 
ation to assist and guide our undergraduates. The 
graduate clubs serve a two-fold purpose: they act as 
a source of academic and spiritual support for the 
undergraduates and offer everwidening medical and 
social opportunities for our members. 

Phi D.E. is also proud of its annual lectureship pro- 
gram which is sponsored by each of the chapters, and 
features an outstanding personality in the field of 
Medicine. 



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Allen Cohen 
Martin Greenberg 
Jack Hirsch 
Myron Levine 



Richard Linde 
Louis Mendelson 
Maurice Novick 
Carl Solsbury 




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f Alpha Omega 



(Left to right) Jules Wainger, president; Lawrence Schwartz, vice-president; S. 
Harold Horwitz, secretary; Stanley Legum, treasurer. 



Alpha Omega, National Dental Fraternity, was founded at the Philadelphia College of Dental Surgery in 1907. 
Alpha Beta Chapter was established at the Medical College of Virginia in 1928. 




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Ronald Askowitz 
Harry Conn 
Joel Epstein 
Samuel Feiler 
Dave Glassman 
Harvey Click 



Larry Grand 
Lawrence Heiden 
S. Harold Horwitz 
Robert Kahn 
Stan Kaufman 
Leonard Kessler 



Melvin Kessler 
Malcolm Kerstein 
Stanley Legum 
Fred Levitin 
Doug Pollack 
Richard Pyne 



Fred Rosenblum 
Pete Sobel 
Lawrence Schwortz 
Steve Schwartz 
Stanley Toporek 
Jules Wainger 



Not Pictured: Allan Goldfard; Harold Smith 



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Delta 
Sigma 
Delta 




Left to Right: James E. Gosney, Robert Rosenberg, Soleem Soleeby, Leon Rogers. 



Delta Sigma Delta Fraternity is the oldest profes- 
sional dental fraternity. It was founded at Michigan 
in 1882. The membership of this fraternity is an hon- 
ored one which includes the past president of the 
American Dental Association, a former Supreme 
Grand Master of the fraternity. 

The object of the fraternity is ". . . to keep high the 
standards of dentistry by inculcating in the minds of 
dental students and practitioners a spirit of fraternal 
cooperation toward scientific, ethical, and profes- 
sional progress." 



Omicron Omicron chapter of Delta Sigma Delta 
was founded at the Medical College of Virginia in 
1923. The chapter is presently located in a two story 
brick home at 2806 Idlewood Avenue. The fraternity 
house has accommodations for members, rooms for 
meetings, and a basement room for socials. The house 
will be the scene for an Eastern Regional Conclave of 
Delta Sigma Delta to be held in Richmond this spring 
with Omicron Omicron chapter as the host chapter. 
Delegates will represent schools along the eastern 
seaboard from North Carolina to Massachusetts. 



Joe Alfonso 
Joe Cox 

Henry Gonsoulin 
James Gosney 
James Haley 
Kenneth Hall 
Ralph Hodges 
Robert Howell 
Robert Ingram 
Donald Kern 
Henry Kraski 
Gerald Lutz 
Willard Lufz 
Thomas McKenna 

William Meador 
Carmine Priore 
Benjamin Pritchett 
Wayne Raborn 
Donald Reynolds 
Adrian Robertson 
Leon Rogers 

Robert Rosenberg 
Saleem Saleeby 
Garland Slogle 
Charles Smith 
Richard Smith 
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Phi 

Delta 
Chi 



(Left to right) Ron Redman, secretary; Richard Self, vice-president; James Mulling, treasurer; 
Bob Glenn, president; Fred Beller, correspondent. 



Phi Delta Chi was established in 1879 at the Uni- 
versity of Michigan for the purpose of promoting 
interest in Pharmacy and Chemistry. It was instru- 
mental in the founding of Rho Chi, the national hon- 
orary scholastic fraternity of pharmacy. 

Alpha Delta Chapter was founded here in 1925. 
The basic beliefs of the chapter are the same today 
as when it was founded. For most students, joining a 
fraternity is not only desirable but highly recom- 
mended, as it gives them a better chance for over-all 
personal development. It tends to instill a spirit of 
cooperation, improve loyalty to the college, and 
teaches them how to live better with their fellow stu- 
dents. It gives one a feeling of belonging and a sense 
of being depended upon. 



As well as the rush parties and formal banquet, the 
chapter has worthwhile community projects. One of 
these is a Christmas project in which the less for- 
tunate children in the hospital are provided with toys. 
Efforts such as this are possible because of the brother- 
hood spirit of the fraternity. 

Pledging a fraternity gives a person responsibility 
and the opportunity to make decisions which are 
important in the maturing and character develop- 
ment of every man. 

One of the most important benefits of belonging 
to the fraternity is the feeling of brotherhood. 

This chapter would like to remember a brother, 
Robert C. Gladden, who passed away November 
7, 1963. 



Fred Beller 
Larry Blevins 
Downer Clore 
Robert Glenn 
Paul Iwanik 






Herman Medlin 
James Mulling 
Ronald Redman 
Richard Self 
Charles Vaughn 



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Psi 



Omega 




Dentistry's largest national fraternity was launched 
at the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery in 1892, 
and since then alumni and our nation's dental schools 
have accepted and proliferated Psi Omega into Den- 
tistry's best. 

Men in dentistry have chosen their life's work and 
Psi Omega does not divert from this but augments it 
by the establishment of professional fellowship and 
pride in the individual through its meetings, projects, 
parties, and every fraternity activity to further instill 
concern and incentive in the Dental Profession. 

The object of Psi Omega quoted from our consti- 
tution. 

"The object of the fraternity shall be to cultivate the 
social qualities of its members; to surround each 
member with friends to whom he can turn for advice 
and assistance when needed; to secure by coopera- 
tion benefits and advantages out of individual 
reach; by means of a journal to keep its member 
in touch with other members in all parts of the 
world; to assist its members in all their laudable 




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(Seated' E. C. Leonard, president. (Standingi Phil Kennedy, vice- 
president; Richordo Alexander, secretory; Ed Lovelace, social 
chairman, Ronald Hilton, treasurer. 

undertakings; and to exert its influence untiringly 
for the advancement of the Dental Profession, in 
methods of teaching, of practice, and of juris- 
prudence." 

Psi Omega is a service to, and a fraternal find 
among its members and is not a political organization. 
At MCV our local chapter, "Gamma Omicron," par- 
ticularly proud of its members and their attitudes, not 
only is highly professional in its structure and execu- 
tion but has been "known" to enjoy a party. Each 
meetings is distinguished by speakers who are also 
available for informal discussions. Not to be forgotten 
are the "Psi Omega Wives" whom our local chapter 
is also quite proud of. The wives have their own meet- 
ings and elections and each Christmas provide clothes, 
food, and toys for some Richmond family. 

We have pride also in this year's pledges and may 
they perpetuate the intangible factors that supple- 
ment the "D.D.S." Degree and are such an integral 
part of the betterment of the Dental Profession. 



MEMBERS 

Erwin Abell 
Ricardo Alexander 
Henry Asbill 
George Aylor 
Connie Baker 
Truman Baxter 

Philip Brandt 
William Bunch 
Allan Cosh 
Dan Culbertson 
Robert Ellis 
Mickey Flynn 



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Gerald Flatequal 
Ervin Funderburk 
Lloyd Green 
Wester Harris 
Robert Hawkins 
James Hicks 

Joseph Hillier 
Ronnie Hilton 
Alfred Hurt 
George Jenkins 
William Kennedy 
Clyde Killen 

Wood Lay 
Edwin Leonard 
Joseph Lewis 
James Little 
Edward Lovelace 
Noel Markley 

David Reid 
James Revere 
Marion Runion 
Harvey Shiflet 
Merlin Troiano 
Thomas Voughon 

Stephen Vermillion 
Franklin Ward 
William Webb 
David White 
Claude Whitehead 
William Wray 

Gerald Connors 
James Forsee 
James Gleason 
Robert Grossman 
Hubert Jones, Jr. 



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C. L. Brinser 
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C. E. Clough 
C. L. Cuttino, III 

B. N. Dail 

C. E. Foy, Jr. 
C. A. Harrell 
W. H. Johnson 



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A. L. Lyerly 

J. N. Mcintosh 

A. N. O'Steen 

C. W. Paul 

T. R. Perry 

J. H. Rentz 

F. L. Ridenhour, Jr. 

W. P. Smith, Jr. 

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Left to Right: Marsha Smith, vice-president; Laura Neale, president; Margaret Payne, treasurer; 
Betty Hoff, historian; Dolores Price, secretary; Mrs. Annie Leeper, Advisor, 

Kappa Epsilon 

Kappa Epsilon, founded at the State University of 
Iowa on May 13, 1921, is o national professional 
fraternity for women students in pharmacy, confining 
its membership to this specific professional field. 

The purpose of Kappa Epsilon is to unite women 
students in pharmacy, to cooperate with the faculties 
of the colleges where chapters are established; to 
stimulate in its members a desire for high scholarship, 
to foster a professional consciousness, and to provide 
a bond of lasting loyalty, interest and friendship. 

At present there are twenty-eight chapters in the 
United States, with Tau Chapter being organized on 
March 20, 1953. Kappa Epsilon at MCV succeeds Phi 
Gamma Epsilon, a local sorority founded in 1945. 

Each year finds Tau Chapter and its members 
engaged in many different endeavors — work, study, 
and ????. This year brought us back with many new 
plans and ideas. Kappa Epsilon started off the year 
in Italian style with a pizza party in early November 
for all girls in pharmacy. 

In mid-December the costume was switched as Tau 
helped play Santa to children in MCV hospitals, hlow 
can we forget wandering around completely amazed 
and fascinated by "toyland" in Richmond stores. 

January and the New Year brought rush season 
with its usual parties, etc., ending with the welcoming 
of the new pledges, followed by an impressive pledge 
initiation. The culmination of the pledge period came 
\r\ March when members again switched costumes — 



this time to hialloween "witches" i or so pledges seem 
to think.) This week ended with informal initiation 
(only an impressive title). Somehow the members 
seemed to get the worst end of the deal, however. 
The final step — formal initiation — followed later. It 
is a step worth the struggle and waiting. 

This year found Tau members involved in many new 
and different situations, bringing out the best (or 
worst) in oil of us at times. First quarter it became a 
rare oddity for the seniors to have a class. Those 8:00 
classes were the worst — as two sleepy-eyed members 
walked around during those early hours. 

One member found that housekeeping and cooking 
were not always spicy (wonder how many times "pork- 
chop casserole" was served?). 

Hobbies of our members can certainly prove to be 
interesting. McRae Hall has been turned into a small 
scale knitting factory — one room in particular. Dur- 
ing knitting breaks we enjoyed the "uke" played by 
one member. All kidding aside, studying did come 
sometime — especially for first quarter Juniors (ALL 
THETIMEh. 

Throughout the year we enjoyed the visits of many 
"alums." It is not only possible but highly probable 
that one member could sleep through one such visit. 

Throughout the years Kappa Epsilon has given its 
members unity and friendship with each other, which 
will continue for many years. 



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Is this the way to study? 



Industrious seniors! 




Betty Haff 
Laura Neale 
Margaret Payne 



Delores Price 
Marsha Smith 
Lucy Townsend 



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Kappa 
Psi 








Front Row: H. L. Fridley, Regent; J. E. Wynn, 1st Vice-Regent, Second Row: 
J. W. Wright, 2nd Vice-Regent; D. M. Kent, secretory; H. J. Sekerke, Jr., treas- 
urer; D. N. Cox, historian; R. D. Martin, chaplain. 




MEMBERS 

William Chaney 
David Cox 
Kemol Deen 
Horrison Fridley 



Wayne Gray 
Carroll Homlett 
Richard Hancock 
William Jennings 



David Kent 
Richard Martin 
John Metz 
James Powers 



Henry Sekerke 
Robert Webber 
John Wright 
James Wynn 



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Hancock, Workman. iFourth rowi Partin, Schutt, Hamlett, Powers, Wright, Green. 



Kappa Psi Pharmaceutical Fraternity was founded 
at the Russell Military Academy in New Haven, Con- 
necticut, May 30, 1879, by F. Harvey Smith. The first 
collegiate chapter was that of Delta at the University 
of Maryland on November 18, 1898. Beta Chapter 
was chartered in 1900 at the University College of 
Medicine in Richmond, Virginia,- it was the fourth col- 
legiate chapter formed. On March 19, 1904, Theta 
Chapter was installed at the Medical College of 
Virginia as the eighth collegiate chapter. In 1913, 
when the UCM merged with MCV, Theta Chapter 
remained as the active chapter of Kappa Psi. 

In 1903, Kappa Psi was incorporated as a national 
fraternity for both medical and pharmacy students. 
In 1924, there was a division and the medical branch 
became "Theta Kappa Psi." Theta Chapter at MCV 
has long been a leader in Kappa Psi. 

A professional fraternity offers the chance for men 
that will be working together ofter graduation to 
build up bonds that will last throughout life. We, as 
Brothers in Kappa Psi, endeavor to develop men with 



a finer sense of values and to encourage scholarship, 
integrity, leadership, and service. We attempt to 
broaden outside interests through extra-curricular 
activities and to increase social poise as we maintain 
a professional spirit. 

The privilege of membership in Kappa Psi carries 
with it certain responsibilities, such as responsibilities 
to the fraternity, to brotherhood, to the college, to 
fellow students, and to the profession. We believe 
that men who assume these responsibilities will make 
a greater contribution to pharmacy and to the society 
in which we live. 

This year Kappa Psi hod sixteen active brothers, 
but, though few in number for most of the year, Theta 
Chapter functioned with 100% effort from each 
Brother. We are certainly proud of the twenty-one 
pledges which came into Theta Chapter this year, and 
we hope to increase our number by a greater extent 
next year. 

Whether socially, academically, or with leadership. 
Kappa Psi is prominent in the School of Pharmacy. 



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(Sitting! George Knox, president; Phillip Davis, historian; (Standingi John McAllister, vice-president; Don Erwin, secretary-treasurer. 



A little less than four years ago, eighty-four young 
men embarked on the longest and most difficult 
journey of their lives ... a journey that has no end. A 
journey that had its beginning in man's first attempt 
to aid his fellow man. A journey known as the study 
of Medicine. 

With each year to follow, we passed another 
milestone. With the coming of our fourth milestone, 
we can truly see the end of the beginning. Out of our 



perseverance of the past and the knowledge we have 
accumulated, we are ready for the future. We face 
the final and most important phase of our journey, 
the practice of medicine, with full faith in our ability 
and reverence for our task. 

"I went to medicine because I wished to live delib- 
erately, to front only the essential facts of life, and 
see if I could not learn what it had to teach; and not, 
when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." 



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The Class of 1 964 



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STUART DENNIS AARON 

Hillside, New Jersey 

Temple University, School of Pharmacy, 

B.S. 
Ophthalmology Fellowship, 4 
Appointment; Lenox Hill Hospital, New York, 
N. Y. 

MARGARET ROBERT ABERNATHY 
Vienna, Virginio 
Catholic University 
Northwestern University, B. Mus. 
Appointment: Washington Hospital Center, Wash- 
ington, D. C 





ROBERT BLANTON BELK 

Fredericksburg, Virginia 

University of Richmond, B.S. 
Sigma Zeto. 

Appointment: Charlotte Memorial Hospitol, Char- 
lotte, N. C. 

DONALD GENE BRANSON 

Abingdon, Virginia 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. 
Softball, 1. 

Appointment: Roanoke Memoriol Hospital, Roo- 
noke, Vo. 




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LAFAYETTE ARTHUR BRITTINGHAM, JR. 
Newport News, Virginia 
Johns Hopkins University, B.S. 

Student YMCA Committee, 1, 2; Phi Chi. 

Appointment: Queens Hospital, New York, N. Y. 

HAWES CAMPBELL, lit 

Richmond, Virginia 

Hompden-Sydney College, B.S. 
Student Council 4; Alpho Kappa Kappa. 
Appointment: Johnson Willis Hospital, Rich- 
mond, Va. 



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LOUIE HANKINS CARRINGTON 

Richmond, Virginia 

Dovidson College, B.S. 
Sigma Zeta, Treasurer, 4; Alpha Kappa Kappa, 
Secretary, 4. 

Appointment; Grady Memorial Hoipital, Atlanta, 
Go. 

F. EDWARD COMER 

Hampton, Virginia 

University of Richmond, B.A. 
Basketboll; Softball; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Appointment; Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Vo. 



CHARLES WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN 
Woverty, Virginia 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. 
Class Vice-President, 1; Alpha Kappa " 



ppo 



MAXWELL CAMDEN COOKE 
Huntington, West Virginia 
Marshall College, B.S. 
Appointment; Roanoke Memorial Hospital, Roa- 
noke, Va. 



ALVIN JACOB CICCONE 

Cranford, New Jersey 

Emory and Henry College, B.A. 

Student American Medical Association. 

Appointment; Norfolk General Hospital, Nor- 
folk, Vo. 

DAVID GRAY CRITTENDEN 

Petersburg, Virginia 

University Of Maryland 
A. D. Williams Research Fellowship, 3, 4; Stu- 
dent American Medical Association, Phi Chi, 
Secretary, 3. 

Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitols, Richmond, Vo. 







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LINWOOD WEBSTER CUSTALOW 
West Point, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 
Appointment: Medico! College of Virginio Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Vo. 

RONALD BRIAN DAVID 

Richmond, Virginia 

Eastern Mennonite College, B.S. 
A. D. Williams Summer Fellowship, 2, 3; Sigma 
Zeto. 

Appointment: George F. Geisinger Medical Cen- 
ter, Danville, Penn. 





PHILIP COLEMAN DAVIS 
Gate City, Virginio 
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. 

Closs Historian, I, 2, 3, 4; NIH Fellowship, 3; 

Alpha Sigma Chi; Alpha Koppo Koppo. 

Appointment; Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Va. 

WILLIAM RANDOLPH DAVIS 
Hampton, Virginio 
Hampton Institute, B.S. 
Appointment; Army Medical Service Hospitals 



Seniors spent several weeks in the Out-Patient Department on Psychiatry. Dr. Hetiry D. Lederer (on right) is 
Chairman of the department. 



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RICHARD THOMAS DEATON 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

Old Dominion College, B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

Appointment: Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Char- 
lotte, N. C. 

DUANE A. DILLER 

Richmond, Virginia 

Eastern Mennonite' College, B-S. 
A. D. Williams Research Fellowship, 2, 3; Stu- 
dent American Medical Association; S.K.&F. 
Foreign Fellowship, 3. 
Appointment: Mercy Hospital, Springfield, Ohio 



RONALD V\/ILLIAM DILLON 

Roanoke, Virginia 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

Appointment: Grady Memoriol Hospital, At- 
lanta, Go. 

RALPH GENE DOTSON 

Kure Beach, North Carolina 

Duke University, A.B. 
Alpha Omega Alpha, president, 4; Sigma Zeta; 
Phi Chi. 

Appointment; Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Va. 



DONALD TILSON ERWIN 

Bristol, Virginia 

Hompden-Sydney College, B.S. 
Class Secretary-treasurer, 1, 2, 3, 4; Alpha 
Sigma Chi; Alpha Kappo Kappa, marshal, 2. 
Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Va. 

MELVIN JOEL FRATKIN 

Richmond, Virginia 

Duke University, B.A. 
Sigma Zeta; Phi Delta Epsilon, treasurer, 4. 
Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Vo. 




The Class of 1964 



ROGER D, GIFFORD 
Dover, New Jersey 
Rutgers' University, B.S. 

Sigma Zeta. 

Appointment: Syracuse Medical Cente 
cuse, N. Y. 



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LORENCE ARMON GUTTERMAN 

Richmond, Virginia 

University of Virginia, B.A. 
Softball; Sigma Zeta. 

Appointment: University Hospitals, Columbus, 
Ofiio 



RICHARD GEORGE GRASSY, JR. 

Arlington, Virginia 

Mount St. Mary's College 
Student American Medical Association, repre- 
sentative, 2, 3. 

Appointment: University Hospital, Madison, 
Wisconsin 

LINVILLE GREGG HALLORAN 

Beckley, West Virginia 

Washington and Lee University, B.S. 
NIH Fellowship, I, 4; Student American Medical 
Association; Alpha Kappa Koppo. 
Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Va. 



JORDAN UDELL GUTTERMAN 

Norfolk, Virginia 

University of Virginia, B.A. 
Softball; A. D. Williams Award, 3; Sigma Zeta; 
Alpha Omega Alpha. 
Appointment: Duke Hospitol, Durham, N. C. 

WARREN BOWMAN HELWIG 

Alexandria, Virginia 

Washington ond Lee University, B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Appointment: Army Medical Service Hospitals 









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IRVIN E. HESS 

Hershey, Pennsylvania 

Bridgewater College, B.A. 
Basketball; Softball; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Appointment: Roanoke Memorial Hospital, Roa- 
noke, Va. 

WILSON ASBURY HIGGS 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.A. 
Appointment: George F. Geisinger Medical Cen- 
ter, Danville, Pa. 





HORACE DUNBAR HOSKINS, JR. 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

Virginia Military Institute 
Sigma Zeta, president, 4; Alpha Kappa Kappa, 
Vice-president, 3. 

Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Vo. 

WAVERLY GLENN HURT 
Blackstone, Virginia 
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. 
Sigma Zeta; Apho Koppo Koppo, Rush Chair- 
man, 3. 

Appointment: Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Char- 
lotte, N. C. 





ALAN HARVEY JAFFE 

Norfolk, Virginia 

University of Virginia, B.A. 
Honor Council, 2; Student American Medical 
Association; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitols, Richmond, Va. 

WENDELL WAYNE KEY, JR. 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 
Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Va. 





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GEORGE WILLIAM KNOX 

Huntingfon, West Virginia 

Marshall University, B.S. 
Class President, 4; Student American Medical 
Association; NIH Fellowshrp; Alpha Kappa 
Kappa. 

Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitols, Richmond, Vo. 

JAMES EDWARD LAYTON 
Falls Church, Virginia 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. 
Appointment: Roanoke Memorial Hospital, Roa- 
noke, Va. 



PAUL HOWARD LILLY 

Windsor, Virginia 

Lynchburg College, B.S. 
Softball; Student American Medical Association; 
Sigma Zeto. 
Appointment; United Stotes Air Force 

RICHARD EMIL LINDE 

Arlington, Virginia 

George Washington University, A. A., B.S. 
Lederle Pharmaceutical Fellowship, 3; Student 
Americon Medical Associotion; Phi Delta Epsilon. 
Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Va. 



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ROBERT HARRINGTON LYNDE 
Alexandria, Virginia 
Randolph-Macon College, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

Appointment: St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 

LEO FRANK MAZZOCCHI 
Fayetteville, West Virginia 
West Virginia University, B.S. 
Alpha Kappo Koppo, treasurer, 3. 



JOHN ELDON McALLISTER 

Richmond, Virginia 

University of Richmond, B.S. 
Student Council, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-president, 4; 
Medical School, treasurer, 4; Phi Chi. 
Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Va. 

JAY R. MILLER 
Clifton, New Jersey 
Rutgers University, B.S. 






JOHN LAWRENCE MORAN 

Richmond, Virginia 

University of Richmond, B.A. 
Softball. 

Appointment: Medicol College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Vo. 

HENRY W. NEALE 
Banner Elk, North Carolina 
Davidson College, B.S. 
Softball; Phi Chi. 





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The Class of 1964 






LAURIER EUGENE NOLIN 

Berlin, New Hampshire 

University of New Hampshire, B.S. 

Alpho Koppa Kappa. 

Appointment: Maine Medical Center, Portland, 
Maine 

WALTER DONALD PADOW 

Richmond, Virginia 

Duke University, A.B. 
X-Ray Photographer, 2; X-Ray Photography Edi- 
tor, 3; X-Ray Co-editor, 4; Student American 
Medical Association! Phi Chi. 
Appointment; Temple University Hospitals, Phila- 
delphia Pa. 



JON LESLIE PREVATT 

Richmond, Virginia 

University of Virginia 
H. L. Osterud Award, 1; A. D. Williams Scholar- 
ship Award, 1; Mosby Boole Company Scholar- 
ship Award, 1; Student American Medical 
Association; Alpha Omega Alpha, secretary, 3; 
Sigma Zeto, vice-president, 3. 
Appointment: University Hospitals, Cleveland, 
Ohio 

HENRY ANDREW PRILLAMAN, JR. 

Roonolce, Virginia 

Hompden-Sydney College, B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Koppa. 

Appointment: Degoesbriand Memorial Hospital, 
Burlington, Vf. 





WILLIAM ARCHIBALD ROBERTSON 

Richmond, Virginia 

Hompden-Sydney College, B.S. 
Bcisketboll; Softball; Student American Medical 
Association; Sigma Zeto; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 
Appointment: Vanderbilt University Hospitols, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

ALVIN EDWARD ROBINSON 

Richmond, Virginia 

University of Pennsylvonio, B.A. 
Phi Delta Epsilon, vice-president, 3; president, 4. 
Appointment: Albert Einstein Medical Center, 
Philadelphia, Penn. 



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TED LAURENCE ROTHSTEIN 

Brooklyn, New York 

Union College, B.S. 
Radiology Award, 3; Hillel, president, 3, 4; 
Student American Medical Association; Phi Chi. 
Appointment: Queens Hospital, Queens, New 
York, N. Y. 

MARTIN CHAIM SHARGEL 

Baltimore, Maryland 

University of Maryland, School ot Pharm- 
acy, B.S. 
Hillel; Phi Chi, cocresponding secretary, 2. 
Appoirrtment: University Hespitols, Baltimore, Md. 



THOMAS LONG SARVAY 
Richmond, Virginia 
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. 

Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

Appointment: Presbyterian Hospital, Denver, 
Colo. 

MORRIS HENRY SMITH, JR. 
Hampton, Virginia 
University of Virginia 
Appointment: Bernalillo County— Indian Hospital, 
Albuquerque, N. M. 



MANUEL O. SEDA 
Son Juan, Puerto Rico 
Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 
Softball; Bosketboll. 

LAWRENCE EARL SOUTHWORTH 

Bowling Green, Virginia 

University of Richmond, B.A. 
Phi Chi. 

Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Vo. 






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THOMAS JOSEPH SPICUZZA 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 
Student American Medical Association; Phi Chi. 
Appointment: Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Va. 

THOMAS TERRY THOMPSON 
Roanoke, Virginia 
Lenoir Rhyne College, A.B. 
Appointment: DePaul Hospital, Norfolk, Va. 



FRANK ALBERT TREFNY 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

Stonehill College, B.S. 
Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

Appointment: Wright-Patterson USAF Hospital, 
Dayton, Ohio 

JOHN HUTCHINSON TYLER 
Chester, Virginia 

Richmond Professional Institute, Univer- 
sity of Richmond, B.S. 
Softball; Basketball; Alpha Koppo Kappa. 





SAMUEL FRANKLIN VANCE, III 
Kernersville, North Carolina 
University of North Corolina, B.S. 
Honor Council, 1, 2, 3, 4; Student American 
Medical Association; Alpha Kappa Koppo. 

BENJA VUDHIPORN 
Bangkok, Thailond 
V^'esthompton College, B.S. 



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DANIEL C. WARREN 

Richmond, Virginia 

Roanoke College, B.S. 
Softball; Student American Medical Association. 
Appointment: Georgetown University Hospital, 
Woshington, D.C. 

FREDERICK NELSON WEBBER 
Washington, D. C. 
George Washington University, B.S. 
Appointment: Medical College of Virginia, 
Richmond, Virginia 



SAMUEL EDWARD WEINBERG 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 
Appointment: Charity Hospital, Tulane Division, 
New Orleans, La. 

PAUL FLETCHER WHITE 
Richlands, Virginia 
Hompden-Sydney College, B.S. 

Class vice-president, 3; Medical School, president, 

4; Alpha Kappa Kappa. 

Appointment; Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Va. 




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The Class of 1 964 





EUGENE STEWART WIENER 

Petersburg, Virginia 

University of Vtrginio 
Student American Medical Association; Alpha 
Kappa Koppa. 

Appointment; Medical College of Virginia Hos- 
pitals, Richmond, Vo. 

TROY HOWARD WILLIAMS 

Gosburg, Virginia 

Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 
Student American Medical Associotion; Sigma 
Zeto; Alpha Koppa Kappa. 
Appointment: Army Medical Service Hospitals 





WAYNE HILTON WILSON 

Arlington, Virginia 

Roanoke College, B.S. 
Softball; Basketball; Honor Council, 4; Southern 
Medical Convention, School Representative, 3; 
Phi Chi, treasurer, 3. 
Appointment; Mercy Hospital, Springfield, Ohio 

ANTHONY JOSEPH YUSKAITIS 

Paterson, New Jersey 

Rutgers University, B.S. 
Honor Council, I; Laennec Society, president, 2; 
Visiting Scholars Committee, chairman, 4; Stu- 
dent American Medical Association, vice-presi- 
dent, 2, representative, I, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Zeto; 
Alpha Omega Alpha, vice-president, 4; Phi Chi, 
secretary, 2, president, 3. 

Appointment; Mary Hitchcock Memorial Hospital, 
Hanover, N. H. 



Residents and interns kept 
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(Left to right) Patsy Page, historian; Harry Plunkett, president; Jim Repass, vice-president; Frank Ferrier, secretary-treasurer. 



Frederick James Allen 
Hilton Robinson Almond 
James Duncan Ashe, Jr. 
Matthew John Barlow, Jr. 



Robert Eugene Beatley 
Robert Durwood Blankenship 
Bernard Jay Bortz 
Altamont Hart Bracey, III 







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Lewis William Bridgforth 
Willis Edwin Brownstein 
James Grayson Campbell 
Estill L. Caudill, III 



Preston James Chandler, Jr. 
Alan Brent Cohen 
James Snead Cranford 
James Kearney Daly 



Willard Floyd Daniels, Jr. 
Rufus Marion DeHart, Jr. 
Edward Der-Martirosian 
James Grafton Dowd, Jr. 



Joseph Leonard Dunford 
Gerald Abraham Ezekiel, Jr. 
Edward Wilcox Featherstone 
Frank Louis Ferrier 



Marvin Gary Frank 
Eleanor Ridout Freed 
Sigsby Warren Gayle 
William Earle Gayle, Jr. 



Theodore George 
Gene Arthur Godwin 
Roger Thorpe Gregory 
Randolph Murrell Halloran 



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David Charles Hughes 
Neil Edward Hutcher 
Betty Jane Hydrick 



John Kang 

Ernest Thomas Kolendrianos 

Paul Arthur Kvale 



John Albert Legett 
Robert Yan-Kwai Leung 
Eugene Russell McDannald, Jr. 



Stacy Lee AAcAAarlin 
Louis Moses Mendelson 
Jerry Lee Miller 



Clown Pathetique comes 
to Pediatrics. 




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John Dennis Mull 
Albert John Ochsner, III 
Louis Daniel Parhann, Jr. 
Clifton Linwood Parker 



Donald Francis Perkins 
Harry Gordon Plunkett, Jr. 
Joel Richard Poole 
James Theodore Ratliff 



James Albert Repass 
Gary Meade Richardson 
Peter Rosanelli, Jr. 
Alf Hans Rydell 



Carl Allen Salsbury 
Danny Leroy Scott 
Fred Thomas Shaia 
Larry Odell Sharpe 



Aaron Sheldon Storch 
Mary Agnes Tattersall 
James Winfield Thrasher, Jr. 
Roger Zaion Thurman 



James Thomas Waddill, III 
Gary Wentworth Wake 
Russell Barborie Wayland, III 
Earl Dowdy White, II 



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Skip Caudill seems skeptical about his wife Francie's cooking ability. 





Sterling Rudolph Williannson 
Barbara Pendleton Wootton 



Terry Pinckney Yarbrough 
David Hack Yerger 




Home sweet home for some. 



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(Left to Right) Norman Smith, president; Hong Yup Chi, vice-president; Jerry 
Burnett, historian; Don Pryor, Student Council; Dave Daniels, Student Council; 
missing, Norma Bishop, secretary-treasurer. 










Sally Ann Abbott 
Frederick Philip Alpern 
Jerri Barden 
Stephen Martin Bowles 



John Elmer Broaddus 
Eugene Lee Brown, Jr. 
Robert E. Brown 
John Henry Bumgarner 



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Arnold Alfred Effron 
Boiling Jones Feild 
Steve Lawrence Ferlozzo 



William Garth Fitzhugh 
John Eppes Flournoy 
Fredric Bruce Garner 



Burt Richard Goldburg 
William Giiman Gray 
Aubrey Carlyle Hall, Jr. 



Gerald Grain Burnett 
Denis Patrick Campbell 
Robert Richard Campbell 



Carolyn Dale Candler 
Hong Yup Chi 
Richard Burton Coover 



James David Daniels 
William Vaughan Davis 
Kenneth Lee Dwyer 




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Jack Samuel Hirsch 
Henry Davis Holland 
Harold Ezra Huffman 



Walter Joe Jacumin 
Gloria Elizabeth Kemeny 
Samuel Kerneklian 



Books took a large bite 
out of the bank account. 




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Floyd Harold Kushner 
James E. T. Laningham 
Edward Mann Litz 



Vernon Lee Lynch, II 
Samuel Allen McConkey 
William McCormick, III 



Wesley Edward AAcEntire 
John Paul Meyer 
Walter Ernest Neal, Jr. 





Dennis Erwin Nofsinger, Jr. 
Richard Stuart Oakley 
Kenneth Passamaneck 



Lawrence William Penniston 
Carroll Thomas Petty 
Donald Martin Poretz 



James Henry Price 
Robert Alvin Pruner 
Donald Charles Pryor 



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Robert David Stacks 
Brian Edward Stakem 
Thomas Johnson Wells 



Ruth Catherine Wilkerson 
Richard- Norman Willard 
Johnny Ray Willis 



William Richard Rassman 
Herbert Paul Rhodes, Jr. 
Dennis Hardesty Robinson, Jr. 



Thomas Hilliard Robinson 
Arnauld Frederick Scafidi 
Robert William Schimpf 



John Morton Smith, Jr. 
Norman Eugene Smith, Jr. 
Robert Perkins Snead 



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William Jeff Wooddell 
Betty Sue Wyatt 
Allan Ka-Lun Yung 





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In Memoriam 



Walter O. Rinko 

July 26, 1936 -July 24, 1963 

It is with deepest sympathy that we, the Class of 
1966, pay our farewell respects to Walter, our Friend, 
classmate, and colleague. With his passing, we have 
lost a true friend, MCV has lost an excellent student, 
and the profession has lost o great asset. 



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Freshman Class of Medicine 




Freshman class officers were not available. 




John Anthony Altobelii 
John Joseph Bagley, Jr. 
Charles Frederick Beorn 



Carl Hill Bivens, Jr. 
William McGehee Bloylock 
Paul Elwood Bowles 



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Richard Michael Feinsod 
Thomas Jarman Gates 
James Samuel Gibbs 



Patrick Kendall Burke 
Bruce Edward Cathey 
Albert Anthony Clairmont 



Thomas Christy Coniglione 
William Frontis Credle 
Gene Grant Davidson 



Thomas Gordon Day, Jr. 
Lee Roy Dorey 
William George Eddins 



Jeffrey Stuart Goldblatt 
Charles Jay Goldman 
Matthew Kirk Gooding 



Joel Lee Goozh 
Philip Ralph Gordon 
Rufus Henry Gordon, Jr. 




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Stuart Victor Grandis 
Martin Taylor Greenberg 
Linda Lea Greenfield 



Michael Wayne Hakala 
Stuart Henry Hamilton 
Stanley Elmer Heatwole 



Harold W. Hebb, Jr. 
Charles Newton James 
William Mason Jennings, III 





Wade Lane Johnson 
Allen Robert Katz 
David Harvey Katz 



Glenv/ard Thomas Keeney 
Bennett Ira Kemper 
Curtis W. Kennedy, Jr. 



David Kessel 
Kyle Frank Kiesau 
Robert James Kohler 



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Stephen James Kramer 
Robert Spencer Lamb 
Joel Allen Laster 



Peter Brynan Leff 
Barry Alan Leonard 
Myron Max Levine 



Steven Matthew Marcus 
Russell G. McAllister, Jr. 
John Wesley Melton, III 



Under Dr. Hegre, 'amniotic cavity,' 'yolk sac cavity, 
and 'chorion' soon became familiar terms. 




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Harry Randolph Mesic 
Allen Byrd Miller 
A. Larry Miller 



Ernest Noel Mistr 
Bobby Wayne Nelson 
Richard A. Nicholls 



Maurice Novick 
John Thomas Nuckols 
C. Paul Pascarosa 






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James David Perry 
John Ernest Reed 
Gilbert E. Robertshaw 
Eli Lawrence Rose 



Roman Sachno, Jr. 
George David Schare 
Bruce Alan Schorr 
Arlen Lee Schwilm 



John Robert Sharpe 
Gemot F. Spaliek 
William H. Spencer-Strong 
Edward Lung Sung 



Studies could wait. The World Series was a must. 




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The ever-present party poopers! 



Angelo Joseph Villani, Jr 
Wallace Waldman 
William Ray Walker 
David Clark Walton 



George Franklin White 
Newton Kirke White 
Peter Lawrence Wick 
Lucien Sanders Wilkins 



Daniel Herbert Williams 
John Richard Wolfe 
Joseph Corder Woofter 
Frank Grove Wray 




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It is with great appreciation and sincerity that we. The 
Senior Dental Class of 1964, dedicate our portion of 
The X-Roy to Dr. F. B. Wiebusch, not only for his patience 
and guidance, but also for his high standards of excel- 
lence and dedication to the profession of Dentistry. 



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Left to right: Erwin Abbell, President; William N. Riley, Vice-President; C. P. Killen, Secretary-Treasurer; A. D. Hurt, Historian. 



It seems but a short time past that a group of some 
eighty strangers began a common journey into den- 
tistry, each with his enormous pride, each with his 
unshakable confidence, each with his fantastic ignor- 
ance. Now, most of these eighty are about to com- 
plete their formal dental education. The enormous 
pride remains, but the confidence has been shaken, 
and the ignorance has been converted into a foun- 
dation upon which a lifetime of learning and ser- 
vice may be built. 

It hasn't been easy! Harder for some than for 
others, but each has chalked up many long hours of 
coffee, sweat, and cigarettes. 

Freshman year was unbelievable. No one could 
possibly learn that in a lifetime, much less one year. 
But, we made it. 

Then came sophomore year. Everybody knows 
that sophomores don't have to study; that is, until 
they get half way through the year and find out 
that there is an exam in each one of these 'crib' 
courses. 

The transition between sophomore and junior 
years is quite drastic. We are impressed with the 
fact that Dental School is not a country club, and that 
d-bittered yeast is an excellent source of the B-com- 



plex vitamins. And, armed with this essential knowl- 
edge and the added information that if your 'waller 
bath' is too warm your 'glutta-percha' has too much 
'soft-givy' and you can't 'finalize' your impressions, 
we advanced headlong into the ultimate goal of our 
journey, the senior year. 

Overnight we were transformed from the un- 
knowing, uninformed juniors into the expert of all 
techniques, who has nothing more to learn, but 
must bide his time and put up with the situation at 
hand until that wonderful moment when the title 
of Doctor is bestowed upon his swelled head. That 
moment when each of us must realize that the past 
four years of worry, study, and just plain hard, 
sometimes exhausting, work was surely worth the 
effort. 

But then, it wasn't all hard work. Each has his 
own pleasant memories of good fellowships at part- 
ies and coffee breaks, and of self-satisfaction when 
a job was well done. 

All of these things will certainly be a part of each 
and every one of us for the remainder of our lives 
and we want to express our appreciation for the 
opportunity of having enjoyed them and endured 
them. 



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FRANK ERWIN ABELL, III 

Lowrys, South Carolina 

Clemson College, B.S. 
Class President, 4; Class Vice-President, 1, 2; 
Student American Dental Association, Sigma 
Zeta, Softball, 1, 2, 3; Psi Omega. 

HENRY W. ASBILL, JR. 

Greenville, South Carolina 

Clemson College 
Student American Dental Association, Intramural 
Sports, 1-4; Varsity Basketball, 3, 4; Psi Omega. 




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RONALD LEE ASKOWITZ 

Coral Gables, Florida 

University of Miami 
Student American Dental Association, Alpha 
Omega. 

CONNIE AA. BAKER 
Fort Mill, South Carolina 
Wofford College 
Student American Dental Association, Psi Omega. 





TRUMAN D. BAXTER, JR. 
Norfolk, Virginia 
Virginia Military Institute 
Student American Dental Association, Psi Omega. 

CURTIS GORDON BENNEn 

Martinsville, Virginia 

RancJolph-Macon College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Honor 
Council Representative, 4; Athletic Representa- 
tive, 2; Intramural Softball and Basketball, Tour 
Committee. 



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GEORGE PHILIP BERGER 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond 
Student American Dental Association, Psi Omega. 

GEORGE WILLIAM BRADY 

Greenville, North Carolina 

East Carolina College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Intramural 
Softball. 





PHILIP HANSFORD BRANDT 

Richmond, Virginia 

University of Richmond, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, President, 
4, Vice-President, 3; Intramural Softball. 

WILLIAM GARFIELD BUNCH, JR. 
Roanolce Rapids, North Carolina 
Hampden-Sydney College 
Student American Dental Association, Psi Omega. 




ALLAN HEATH CASH, JR. 

Charlotte, North Carolina 

Georgia Institute of Technology 

Wake Forest College 
Student American Dental Association, Honor 
Council, 1, 4; Psi Omega. 

LAFAYE REX COLLINS 

Greenville, South Carolina 

University of South Carolina 
Student American Dental Association, Oral Path- 
ology Award, 2; Summer Research Fellovifship, 
NIH, 2, 3. 



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Henry Asbill works on a patient in the Dental Clinic. 




KENNETH EDWARD COPELAND 
Waverly, Virginia 
Student American Dental Association. 

DAN WARD CULBERTSON 

Gate City, Virginia 

East Tennessee State College 

Student American Dental Association; 

Omega; Class Secretary, 1. 



GEORGE PARKER DAVIS 
Newport News, Virginia 
Hampden-Sydney College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association. 

ANTHONY NICHOLAS DiCESARE 
Rochester, New York 
Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association; X-Ray; 

Student Council. 



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ROBERT HABER ELLIS, JR. 
Georgetown, South Carolina 
University of South Carolina, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association; Stu- 
dent Council, I, 3; Varsity golf, 3, 4; Intra- 
mural Softball and basketball, 1-4; Athletic 
representative, Psi Omega. 

MITCHELL L FLYNN 

Greer, South Carolina 

Presbyterian College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Honor 
Council, 1; Psi Omega. 






JAMES HEDGES FORSEE, JR. 
Washington, D.C. 
Brown University, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association; Psi Omega. 

ERWIN WALL FUNDERBURK 
Cheraw, South Carolina 
Davidson, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association; Psi Omega. 



THOMAS BLACKWELL GARRETT, II 

Danville, Virginia 

University of North Carolina, A.B. 
Student American Dental Association, A.D. 
Williams Scholarship Award, 1; N.I.H. Research 
Grant, 3, 4; Class Vice-President, 3; Sigma 
Zeta; Alpha Sigma Chi; Tennis Team. 

JOSEPH HASKELL GIBSON 

Spartansburg, South Carolina 

Wofford College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association; Student 
Council, 1-4. 



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JAMES MASSIE GLEASON, JR. 
Richlands, Virginia 
Randolph-Macon College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Psi Omega. 

JAMES EARL GOSNEY 

Danville, Virginia 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Visiting 
Scholars Committee, Intramural Softball, Basket- 
ball; Delta Sigma Delta. 






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ROBERT LEIGH GROSSMANN 
Petersburg, Virginia 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Psi Omega. 

KENNTH WARD HALL 

Tampa, Florida 

University of Florida, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Delta Sig- 
ma Delta. 



WILSON SHEAFFER HAWK, JR. 
Nev^port News, Virginia 
College of William and Mary, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association. 

RONNIE AAACK HILTON 

Coeburn, Virginia 

University of Tennessee 
Student American Dental Association, Sigma 
Zeta, NIH Student Fellowship, 2, 3, 4; Psi 
Omega, Secretary, 3, Treasurer, 4. 



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SIDNEY HAROLD HORWITZ 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Richmond, B.S. 

Student American Dental Associatic 

Omega, Secretary. 



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ALFRED DUNLAP HURT, JR. 

Salem, Virginia 

U.S. Naval Academy 

University of North Carolina 
Student American Dental Association; Class Sec- 
retary-Treasurer 2, 3; Class Historian 4; Alpha 
Sigma Chi; Psi Omega. 



HUBERT ALPHEUS JONES, JR. 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

Wake Forest College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Student 
Council, 4; Psi Omega. 

ROBERT CHARLES KAHN 

Miami Beach, Florida 

University of Florida 
Student American Dental Association, Alpha 
Omega. 



Get that light out of my eyes! 



Now/ hold it! 




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ROBERT WILLIAM KAISER 
Kingston, Pennsylvania 
University of Virginia 
Student American Dental Association. 

CLYDE PATRICK KILLEN 

Columbia, South Carolina 

Clemson College 
Student American Dental Association, Basketball, 
1, 2, 3; Class Secretary-Treasurer, 4; Student 
Council Representative, 2; Psi Omega. 







EDWIN CLIFTON LEONARD, JR. 

Lakeland, Florida 

University of Florida 

Florida Southern College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Treasurer; 
Psi Omega, President, 4. 

JOSEPH MONROE HAMPTON LEWIS 

Winnsboro, South Carolina 

Wofford College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Softball, 
3, 4; Psi Omega. 



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JESSE BURKS LOGAN, JR. 
Salem, Virginia 
Roanoke College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association. 

WALLACE BRADSHAW LUTZ 
Mt. Jackson, Virginia 
Bridgewater College 
Student American Dental Association. 



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NOEL HENRY MARKLEY 
Annandale, Virginia 
University of Virginia, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association; Psi Omega. 

JAMES KENWARD METZ 
Roanoke, Virginia 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
Student American Dental Association. 





GERALD CHARLES MORVILLO 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

University of Miami 
Student American Dental Association, Softball, 
1-3; Bowling, 2. 

CLYDE RANDALL NEIGHBORS 
Spartanburg, South Carolina 
W^offord College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association. 





KENNEDY EDWARD NEILL, JR. 

Yorktown, Virginia 

Lynchburg College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association; Sign 
Zeta; Intramurals. 

JERRY ROSS OWINGS 

Gray Court, South Carolina 

Furman University, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association; Horn 
Council, 1; Sigma Zeta. 



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In Bear Hall's back yard . . . The Civil War Centennial Center. 




RICHARD MARK PYNE 

North Miami Beach, Florida 

Emory Universify 
Student American Dental Association, Alpha 
Omega. 

WILLIAM NOEL RILEY 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

Lynchburg College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, Intramurals 
Softball, Basketball; Class Vice-President, 4. 



LEON A. ROGERS 

New Market, Virginia 

Allegheny College, B.S. 
Student American Dental 'Association, Delta Sig- 
ma Delta, President, 4. 

FRED HARRIS ROSENBLUM 

Norfolk, Virginia 

University of Virginia, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association, Visiting 
Scholars Committee, 4; Alpha Omega, Secre- 
tary 3. 



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TIMOTHY E. RUSSELL, III 
Arlington, Virginia 
Washington and Lee University, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association. 

EARL COOK SANDERS 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 
Bridgewater College, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association. 





LAURENCE DAVID SCHWARTZ 

Miami Beach, Florida 

University of Miami, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association,: Vice-Presi- 
dent Alpha Omega; National Institute of Health 
Summer Research Fellowship, 2, 3; A. D. Wil- 
liams Scholarship, 3; Sigma Zeta, 3, 4; Intra- 
murals. 

GARLAND L. SLAGLE 

Richmond, Virginia 

North Carolina State College 

University of Richmond, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association, A. D. 
Williams Scholarship; Sigma Zeta; Delta Sigma 
Delta. 





CHARLES LUTHER SMITH, JR. 

Chesapeake, Virginia 

Concord College, B.S. 
Student American Dental .Association; Delta 
Sigma Delta; Interfraternity Council, 3, 4; 
President, 4. 

WYATT WHEELER THOMPSON 
Fredericksburg, Virginia 
Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
University of Richmond 
Stucient American Dental Association. 



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STANLEY DENIS TOPOREK 

Charleston, South Carolina 

College of Charleston 

University of North Carolina 
Student American Dental Association; Intra- 
mural Sports; Varsity Tennis, 1, 2; Varsity 
Golf, 2-4; Athletic Representative, 2, 3; Presi- 
cJent, Athletic Council, 4; Student Tour Com- 
mittee; Alpha Omega. 

MARLIN F. TROIANO 

Canton, Ohio 

Kent State University, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association; X-Ray 
Sports Editor, 3; Class Historian, 1, 2; Psi 
Omega; Alpha Sigma Chi; American Cancer 
Society Grant, 3; National Institute of Health 
Fellowship, 3, 4; First Award, National Stu- 
dent Clinicians of American Dental Associ- 
ation in Research and Science, 3; Internation- 
al Association of Dental Research, 3. 



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THOMAS RAY VAUGHAN, JR. 
Rocky Mount, North Carolina 
Wake Forest College, B.S. 
It American Dental Association; Psi Omega. 



STEPHEN T. VERMILLION, II 

Hampton, Virginia 

Duke University, A.B. 
Student American Dental Association; 
mural; Honor council, 2; Psi Omega. 



JULES MELVIN WAINGER 

Norfolk, Virginia 

University of Virginia, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association; Alpha 
Omega, 3, 4; Treasurer, 3; President, 4. 

FRANKLIN NEAL WARD 

Orlando, Florida 

Emory University 
Student American Dental Association; Psi 
Omega. 



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WILLIAM AVERY WEBB 

Jackson, South Carolina 

Clemson College 
Student American Dental Association, Honor 
Council Representative, 3; Softball, 2, 3, 4; 
Basketball, 2, 3, 4; School Secretary-Treasurer, 
4; Tour Committee, 4; X-Ray Representative, 
2; Psi Omega, Chaplain, 3, 4. 

DAVID LEIGH WHITE 
Roanoke, Virginia 
Bridgevi^ater College, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association; Psi Omega. 




CLAUDE STUART WHITEHEAD 

Chatham, Virginia 

University of Richmond, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association; Alpha 
Sigma Chi; President, School of Dentistry; 
Vice-President, MCV Student Body; Class Presi- 
dent, 1, 2, 3; Chairman, Honor Council, 4; 
Tour Committee, 4; Intramural Basketball and 
Softball; Varsity Tennis 1, 2. 

PHILIP M. WINE 
Mt. Sidney, Virginia 
Bridgewater College, B.A. 
Student American Dental Association; Softball, 
1-4; Social Committee, 4. 





RICHARD RILEY ZECHINI 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

Lynchburg College, B.S. 
Student American Dental Association; 
mural Sports. 

DALE WALLER ZIESMER 
Richmond, Virginia 
Columbia Union College 
Student American Dental Association; S 



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(Left to righti Stanley Legum, historian; Ralph Hodges, president; Gerald Lutz, vice-president; Harvey Click, 
secretary-treasurer. 




Ricardo Alexander 
George Russell Aylor, Jr. 
Edgar S. Bradley 
Henry Morton Cherrick 



Gerald Doran Connors 
Joseph Clinton Cox, Jr. 
Daniel Harris Crawley, III 
Charles Alison Drescher 



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Samuel Feiler 
Gerald Arthur Flatequal 
Colin Meakins Gallant 
Harvey Allen Glick 



Henry Toutant Gonsoulin 
Lloyd Allen Green 
Jan-ies Albert Haley 
Charles Auburn Harrell 



Wester Gerald Harris 
Robert Thornton Hawkins 
Laurence Neil Heiden 
James Miley Hicks 



Joseph Charles Hillier 
Ralph Maynard Hodges 
Robert MacArthur Howell 
Robert Carroll Ingram 



George Alexander Jenkins, Jr. 
William Philip Kennedy 
Malcolm Henry Kerstein 
Leonard Paul Kessler 



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Henry Edmund Kraski 
Wood Neblett Lay 
Stanley Howard Legum 
James Edward Little 



Edward Young Lovelace, III 
Gerald Whisnant Lutz 
Willard Kauffman Lutz 
Alan Ray Lyerly 



Bobby Eugene McBride 
Leonard Edward McGaha 
Thomas Glen McKenna 
William Lowndes Meador, Jr. 



Kenneth Wayne Morris 
Alva Norman O'Steen 
Thomas Ritchie Peery 
George Wayne Raborn 



Max Glen Ratchford 
David Alan Reid 
James Hall Revere, Jr. 
Donald Floyd Reynolds 



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Ivan Beryl Roberts 
Adrian Andrew Robertson 
Robert Kenneth Rosenberg 



Marion Gilmer Runion 
Saleem Najeeb Saleeby, Jr. 
John AAcClure Salmon 



Stanley Waring Sheftall 
Harvey Hatcher Shiflet, III 
Richard Elbert Smith 



George Albert Stermer, Jr. 
Bruce Gilmore Sylvia 
John Hodges Timmerman 



Robert Edward Wilkerson 
George Leigh Williams 
William Barton Wray 




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Buddy Foy, president; Charlie Clough, vice-president; Bill Johnson, secretary-treasurer; 
Stan Kaufman, historian. 





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John Morten Alexander 
Joseph Richard Alfonso 
Reginald Lewis Armistead, III 
Richard Donald Bancroft 



Renter Lee Blevins 
Thomas Otis Bowen, Jr. 
Chester Lee Brinser, Jr. 
Joseph Cary Bryant 



Hans Adolph Burg 
Douglas Duane Burnett 
Kenneth Welsh Carson 
Joseph Casares 



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Charles Ellery Clough 
Robert Wilford Cocke 
Harry Stephen Conn 



Philip Milton Cook 
Charles Lynum Cuttino, 111 
Bobby Nelson Dail 



Albert Joseph Dalola 
Paul Douglas Dove 
Charles Edward Ehle 



Joel Arthur Epstein 
Crawford Edward Foy, Jr. 
Robert Eugene Gilliam 



David Maron Glassman 
Lester James Godfrey 
Lawrence Theodore Grand 



Clinton Duke Griffin, Jr. 
John Nevin Howell, 11 
Thomas Randall Hudson 



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Richard Day Hylton 
Bradley Gray Johnson 
William Harvey Johnson 



Stanley Mark Kaufman 
Donald Frank Kern 
AAelvin Lionel Kessler 



Kenneth Bryan Knight 
Frederic Ronald Levitin 
James Nathan Mcintosh 



Thomas Wayne Mostiler 
Robert Newell Myse 
Wilson Reynolds Nichols, Jr. 



John Robert Patton 
Crispin Warner Paul 
Eugene Alexander Petrasy 



Ramon Gordon Plowden 
Douglas Jan Pollack 
Gordon Prior 



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Carmine Anthony Priore 
Benjamin Jackson Pritchett 
Robert Edward Rampey 



William Henry Rentz 
Fred Little Ridenhour, Jr. 
Ronald Sheldon Ruth 



William Preston Smith, Jr 
Peter Barry Sobel 
Jonas Barry Spiegel 



William Parmenter Stalker 
Sherrill Worth Stockton, Jr. 
Roy Elkins Strickland, Jr. 



Edmund Root Strickler 
William Shafto Talbot, Jr. 
Michael Samet Towery 



Joseph Judson Waff 
Thomas Wendell Willis 
Alfred Nelson Yarbrough 




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(Left to righti Tony Hemingway, historian,- Jody Wimberly, president; Hoyt Burnett, vice-presi- 
dent; Pat Worren, secretary-treasurer. 




Donald Edward Adams 
Ira Robert Alperin 
Hubert Coleman Baker 



Gary Rach Bang 

James Gerald Baughcome 

Ronald Adrian Baughman 



Preston Harold Beattie, Jr. 
Norman Milton Bevan, Jr. 
Keith Stuart Blevins 



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Donald Steven Bolick 
Elmo Bowen, Jr. 
Kenneth Darrell Bowman 
Henry Plowden Bozard 



Joseph Ell Brantley 
George Allen Brooks 
Bernard Andrew Brown 
Alan Irwin Burch 



Bobby Dean Burnette 
Hoyt Cromwell Burnett 
John Busciglio 
Clyde N. Carroll 



Lee Morse Casler 
Anthony Lloyd Colasanto 
Charles Drummond Cox 
James Lloyd Cumbey, Jr. 



John Henning Dalness 
Charles Daniel Dean, III 
Lawrence Rembert Dixon, III 
Thomas Duke Edwards 



Carl Steven Friedman 
Dick Douglas Gardner 
William Mark Gares 
Roger Ewell Gibson 




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James Winfield Glore 
Lloyd Malcolm Gordon 
Bobby Gene Gore 
Daniel Edward Grabeel 



Owen Daughtery Graves 
Herbert Scott Gregory 
Thomas McKay Griggs 
Charles Rogers Harris, Jr. 



Ralph Wilson Haywood 
David F. Helsel 
Robert Edgar Heltzel, Jr. 
Anthony Alfred Hemingway 



Donald W. Hunt 
Irving Klondar 
John Joseph Lacy 
James Allen McElveen 



Charles William McGahee 
Stanley Watson McGhee 
Thomas Joseph Milewski 
Robert Edison Osbon 



George Sterling Parsons 
Paul Edwards Peters 
Benjamin Owen Ravenel, Jr. 
Holman C. Rawls, III 



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Sandra Jean Richardson 
Alan Barry Richter 
Gerald Bias Roque 



Edward Freeman Ross, Jr. 
Harvey Owen Sargent, III 
Sol Martin Schwartz 



Harvey Fitzgerald Selden 
Dennis M. Smith 
Ronald Wayne Smith 



Conley Trigg Snidow, III 
Marshall Douglas Spoto 
David W. Stone, Jr. 



Fred Bernard Thomas, III 
Paul Roger Van Ostenberg 
Walter Keith Walker 



Willard William Wentz, Jr. 
Joseph Wesley Wimberiy, Jr. 
Henry Patterson Worrell 




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With deep admiration and appreciation, 
we, the Pharmacy Class of 1964, are proud 
to honor a woman who through her efforts 
and encouragement has given to the students 
a feeling of warmth and friendliness. We want 
her to be remembered by all. For this reason, 
we dedicate our portion of The X-Ray to her, 
Mrs. Charlotte Yates Harris. 




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(Left to right! Robert Webber, president; Alan Goldstein, vice-president; Young Hun Woo, secretary-treasurer; Maurice Moff, historian. 



In mass we number twenty-five, one of us being 
an instructor, who will also leave withi us this year, 
making us the smallest graduating class from the 
School of Pharmacy in recent years. Nevertheless, 
this minute group certainly has not retarded the 
progress of this fine institution. 

We ore as the transition^ elements, being at a 
higher energy level than any class before us, as we 
are the first finished products of the New Frontier 
of Pharmacy, the five year program. 

The feat of becoming pharmacists was by no means 
on easy task. It took years of hard work and in most 
cases, many, many years, fiowever, this amazing 
feat was accomplished only through the painstaking 
efforts of Dr. Neuroth and other members of his 
Pharmacy Department. We really had a struggle on 
our hands, but somehow we managed to overcome it. 

Valuable information and knowledge has been 
placed in our heads in the last years. Dr. Lowenthal 
taught us how to remove a label in "sisteen" easy 
lessons. In learning the hiistory of Pharmacy, we were 
told, not until 1539, when Tragus named it and hired 
peasants in Europe to cultivate it did we know any- 
thing about it. It came to this country in 1776, the 
year of our liberation, and not until recent times have 



we been able to discover the real use of it. It has been 
found to cause symptoms of schizophrenia in adult 
pigeons. What is it? Digitalis, the wonder drug of 
Pharmacy! Dr. Neuroth also taught Pharmacognosy, 
a very mysterious course, since our quizzes were never 
returned. Dr. Andrako taught us MCV's first Inor- 
ganic-Organic Medicinal Course. We also picked up 
the pearls from that very didactic man, Russ Fiske, 
the one and only certified public pharmacist. The 
outstanding information was acquired in Physical 
Pharmacy taught by Dr. Simonelli. We learned about 
entropy and enthalpy so we could converse with 
physicians while we were interpreting the graphs in 
the literature. There was knowledge acquired in 
extra sessions that began every time a student walked 
within fifty yards of McGuire Hall. 

We have been called, by Dr. Simonelli, the best 
class that he has ever had the pleasure to teach and 
we find it hard to believe. But, we accept it since one 
can not turn down a compliment, even one as great 
as this. 

We have been exposed to all phases of Pharmacy, 
and have learned that anything is possible in MCV's 
School of Pharmacy! 



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ROBERT QUILLIN BARKER 
Gate City, Virginia 
University of Richmond 

HARRISON LEWIS FRIDLEY, JR. 
Covington, Virginia 
Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 
Honor Council 4; Virginia Pharmaceutical Asso- 
ciation 2, 3, 4; Vice-President Virginia Pharma- 
ceutical Association; American Pharmaceutical 
Association 2, 3, 4; Social Committee 4; Delegate 
Virginia Pharmaceutical Association Convention 
2; Kappa Psi Fraternity 2, 3, 4; Regent, Kappa 
Psi 4. 



WILLIAM GLEN BARNARD 








ALLAN DAVID COMESS 




Richmond, Virginia 








Richmond, Virginia 




ROBERT O. GLENN, JR. 








William and Mary College 




Mountain City, Tennessee 








ALAN NORMAN GOLDSTEIN 




Wake Forest College 








Norfolk, Virginia 




American Pharmaceutical Association 


2, 3, 


4; 




Norfolk William and Mary College 




Virginia Pharmaceutical Association 


2, 3, 


4; 


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can Pharmaceutical Association 1, 2, 


3, 4 


Pharmacy Inter-Fraternity Council, President 


4, 


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3, 4, 


Phi Delta Chi, Correspondent 2; Pres 


ident 4 




Class 


Vice-President 4; Student Activities 


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mittee 4. 





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CARROL RAY HAMLETT 

Brookneal, Virginia 

Lynchburg College, 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Kappa Psi. 

RICHARD VALLACE HOFFARTH 

Lynchburg, Virginia 

Lynchburg College, B.A. 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Class President 1, 2; 
Alpha Sigma Chi. 



LARRY THOMAS HILL 

Vinton, Virginia 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Vice-President, Amer- 
ican Pharmaceutical Association 4; Treasurer, 
Virginia Pharmaceutical Association 3. 

HERMAN MEDLIN 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Old Dominion College 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Class President 3; 
School President 4; Treasurer, Student Body 4; 
Phi Delta Chi, Vice-President Phi Delta Chi 2. 



DON RUSSELL HIMELRIGHT 
Sfrasburg, Virginia 



JOHN RICHARD METZ 

Richmond, Virginia 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Kappa Psi. 







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MAURICE MOFF 

Portsmouth, Virginia 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Class Historian 4. 





LAURA McDonald neale 

West Point, Virginia 

William and Mary College 
Class Secretary-Treasurer 1, 2; Secretary, Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association 3; School Secretary- 
Treasurer 4; Kappa Epsilon; Treasurer 3; PresicJent 
4. 



CLAGGETT CLAYTON PARTIN, JR. 

Chester, Virginia 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Class Historian 1, 2; 
Class Vice-PresicJent 2. 



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MARGARET REGINA PAYNE 

Richmond, Virginia 

College of William and Mary 

University of Richmond 
Student Council, 3, 4; Tour Committee, 4; A. Ph. A, 
2, 3, 4; V.Ph.A., 2, 3, 4; A.D. Williams Scholar, 
2, 3; Sigma Zeta, 3, 4; Rho Chi, 3, 4; Treasurer, 
4; Kappa Epsilon, 2, 3, 4; Treasurer, 4; Inter- 
fraternity Council, 3. 

MICHAEL EUGENE STREDLER 

Norfolk, Virginia 

University of Virginia 
Class President, 1, 2; Honor Council Repre- 
sentative, 3; V.Ph.A.; A. Ph. A., President, 4; 
Alpha Sigma Chi. 



DOLORES ANN PRICE 

Salem, Virginia 

Roanoke College 
Class Historian, 3; V.Ph.A.; A.Ph.A.; Kappa Epsi- 
lon, Secretary, 4. 

GARRIE BURTON THOMPSON, JR. 

Chatham, Virginia 

Hampden Sydney College, B.S. 



ROGER L. SAGER 

Star Tannery, Virginia 

Madison College 
Honor Council Representative, 4; A.Ph.A.; 
V.Ph.A. 

CHARLES JOSEPH VAUGHN 

Grundy, Virginia 

Arlington State College 
A.Ph.A., 2, 3, 4; V.Ph.A. 2, 3, 4; Phi Delta Chi, 
Corresponding Secretary, 3. 



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ROBERT GARLAND WAMPLER 
Richmond, Virginia 
Richmond Professional Institute 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Honor Council 2; 
Interfaith Council 4. 

YOUNG HUN WOO 

Richmond, Virginia 

Virginia Polytechnic Institute 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Class Secretary- 
Treasurer 4. 



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ROBERT EUGENE WEBER 

Portsmouth, Virginia 

William and Mary College, B.S. 
:an Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
aceutical Association; Class Secretary- 
rer 3; Class President 4; Inter-Fraternity 



Council 4; Sigma Zeta; Kappa Psi. 

JAMES ELKANAH WYNN 

Newport News, Virginia 
American Pharmaceutical Association; Virginia 
Pharmaceutical Association; Vice-President, 
American Pharmaceutical Association 4; Ath- 
letic Council 1-5; Student Council 3; Class Vice- 
President 3; Kappa Psi; Secretary 4; Vice- 
Regent 5. 










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In Memoriam 

In memory of a true friend and devoted classmate, 

Robert Covington Gladden 

November 4, 1963 



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Historian, Paul Iwanik; president, Ronnie Redman; vice-president, Dave Cox; secretary-treasurer, Carla Blevins. 




Frances Ellen Beavers 
Frederick Terry Beller 
Carla Pamperin Blevins 
Larry Allen Blevins 



Douglas Layne Buckles 
William Richard Chaney 
Andrew Downer Clore 
Carolyn Coleman 



James Bright Corbin 
David Norman Cox 
Kemal Harry Deen 
Franklyn Wayne Gray 



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Elizabeth Keith Haff 
Richard West Hancock 
James Ray Harris 
Paul Alexander Iwanik 



Richard Tunstall Jacobs 
William Charles Jennings 
David Michael Kent 
Jesse Sloan Lennon, Jr. 



Richard DeWayne Martin 
Martha Ann Miller 
James Rountree Mulling 
Gerald Gene Plotkin 



James Melvin Powers, Jr. 
Gary Ronald Redman 
Henry Joseph Sekerke, Jr. 
Richard Loran Self 



Brent Alvin Sharf 
Marsha Sue Smith 
Hal Kenneth Stone 
William Garland Tarrant, 111 



John Wayne Wright 





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Bernard Schutt, president; David Jones, vice-president; Barbara Bryant, secretary-treasurer; 
Wayne Hague, historian. 




Richard Earle Albert 
Hayden Lowell Austin, II 
Patrick Bowler Baldwin 
Richard Harrison Barnes 



Joseph Daniel Beck, Jr. 
Julian Ronald Beck 
Herman Baer Bloom 
Barbara Melba Brooks 



Alpheus Leo Brown, Jr. 
Sharon Elaine Brown 
Barbara Price Bryant 
Robert Lee Burner 



Kermit Ingall Carter, Jr. 
Linwood Lee Childress 
Wilkin Richard Clark 
Nancy Grey Clay 



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Allen Louis Dahl 
William Ashby Danner 
Janet Kay Denny 
Dennie Odell Dishner 



James Edgar George, Jr. 
James Lee Graham 
Allan Jerome Green 
Charles Edward Green, III 



Wayne Marshall Hague 
Everette Kenneth Hawley 
Albina Kathrine Hendrick 
Daniel Anthony Herbert 



Sue Conner Holloway 
Stanley Ray Hughes 
David Eugene Jones 
John Pearman Jones 



Lon William Keim 
John Franklin Knapp 
Judith Dare Lillard 
Stewart Robert Masters 



William Fewell Merchant 
Winifred Coleman Mosley 
Talmage Thomas Musgrove, 
Ralph Edward O'Harrow 




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Howard Lee Parrish, Jr. 
Robert Jay Pekarsky 
Allen Julian Polon 
John Richard Price 



Connie Graden Quesenberry, Jr. 
William Thomas Radcliffe, Jr. 
Charles Abernathy Rainey, Jr. 
Roger Clayton Robinson 



Emmett Lee Saunders 
Marvin Douglas Saunders 
Charles Frederick Schorman, Jr. 
Bernard Wren Schutt 



George Marchant Snead, Jr. 
Barbara Ellen Sperry 
Alfred Wayne Stafford 
Frank Edward Teter, Jr. 



James William Tolley 
Samuel Karl Updike, Jr. 
Robert John Wesley 
Richard Ray Workman 



Franklin Delano Yancey 



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(Left to right) Bob Dedrick, vice-president; Jeanne Hoylman, historian,- Curt Saunders; president. (Front rowi Andy Johnson, treasurer; 
Carey Gordon, secretary. 



James Alvin Bailey, Jr. 
Melvin Douglas Brannan 
Robert Franklin Carpenter 
Reuben Morris Church, Jr. 



Paul Woddell Collins 
Danny Lee Counts 
John Young Currie, III 
Robert Eason Dedrick 



Gordon Burnley Eubank, Jr. 
Milton Thomas Futrell, Jr. 
Robert Henry Gardiner, III 
Carey Blair Gordon 




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Daniel Walter Hancock 
William David Haynes 
Larry Lee Heath 



Jean Bartley Hoylman 
Stephen Foster Hubbard 
Andrew Carson Johnson, Jr. 



H. Lacy 

Carol Nell Lambdin 

Farrel Paul Lambert 




Beverly Richardson Long 
Donald Luther Mov\/les 
Donald Lee Peatross 



We struggled through 
Physics together. 



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Caroll Lee Quillen 
Donald Wayne Rawlings 
Donald Kent Roberts 
Miles Curtis Saunders, Jr. 



Edwin Elmore Smith, Jr. 
James Keith Thomson, Jr. 
Lucy Kate Townsend 



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our benefit by: 

1 .) Relieving symptomf of drsappoirttmenf^fSfT^ue, 

and malnutrition 
2.) Combating infections of anxiety, discourage- 
ment, and homesickness 
3). Conserving our strength through their thought- 
fulness, encouragement, and understanding. 
We, as nurses, look with gratitude to our Parents, 
who have supported us throughout these four years 
at MCV. 




(Front row) Becky Roberts, president; Gail Silcox, vice-president; (Back row) Betty Sue Johnson, secretary; 
Lynn Paul, historian; Linda Coburn, treasurer. 



Time passes and graduation is almost upon us. 
It seems an eternity and yet just yesterday that we 
were welcomed as freshmen to the Medical College 
of Virginia. During our sophomore year it was fre- 
quently stressed to us that we should never forget 
to measure the intake and output of our patients. 
It seems appropriate at this time that we should stop 
and attempt to measure the intake and output of 
thirty-eight young women who claim the title of 
"nurse." Yet this seems quite an insurmountable 
task— tallying these past four years. Much energy 
and effort have been spent and recorded (progress 
reports?), often resulting in tears, disappointment, 
grumbling and threats; but there were also times of 
great satisfaction and happiness. Many times we 
stopped— questioning ourselves in moments of 
doubt. Just why did we want to enter this profes- 
sion of nursing? The majority of our class answered 
that they wanted to be involved in the great joy 
that comes from service to our fellowman. We have 



learned and are still learning what it is to give of 
one's self. 

These four years have also been years of great 
personal growth for all of us. We have been told 
that maturity is indeed an individual matter, but 
each has attained a greater understanding of her- 
self as well as of others and is one step further 
toward the realization of her role as a professional 
person. 

Today again, as if freshmen, we are welcomed 
to new horizons much broader and wider than we 
ever expected. It is our own hope that even as we 
have just begun to realize our individual potential, 
we will continue to grow and improve as nurses 
and people. We will look back with fondness on our 
days spent at MCV, and remember the discoveries 
we made and the guidance we found. Truly, the 
principles, ideals, and philosophy we polished here, 
will give us strength to live by in future years. 



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NANCY KAREN AGEE 
Meadows of Dan, Virginia 


ANNA CRUMP ALLIGOOD 
Washington, North Carolina 


CHARLOHE MAY ARNOLD 
Petersburg, West Virginia 


SNA, 1, 3; Cabaniss Hall House President, 3; 
House Council, 2; Class Vice-President, 2; Class 
Secretary, 1. 


SNA, i; Secretary of Student Association, 4; 
Student Council, 4; Class Vice-President, 3; Par- 
ents Day Committee Chairman, 1. 


SNA, t-4; SNA Class Representative, 4; Musical, 
3, 4; Westminster Fellowship, 1; House Council, 
2, 3; Sigma Zeta, 4. 


FREDA ELAYNE ASHWORTH 

Rocky Mount, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 2; Basketball, 1-4; Musical, 2-4; X-Ray, 
3, 4; Athletic Representative, 1, 2; Parents Day, 
1, 3. 


BARBARA JANE BLOXOM 

Richmond, Virginia 
SNA, 1; X-Ray, 1; BSU, 1, 2; Editor of BSU 
Capsule, 1; Bible Study, 1-4; Cabaniss Hall House 
Council, 2. 


BETTY JO BRILL 

Strasburg, Virginia 
Mary Washington College, 1; Class Treasurer, 3; 
House Council, 3; Randolph-Minor House Presi- 
dent, 4. 



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KAREN ANN CEDERSTROM 
Charlottesville, Virginia 
SNA, 1; Class Social Chairman, 2. 

LINDA FAYE COBURN 

Mechanicsville, Virginia 
SNA, 1-3; MCV Chorus, \; Y Council, 1-3; Stu 
dent Council, 2, 3; Student Association Treasuier 
2; Wesley Foundation, 2-4. 





ERWIA FOX COOK 

Richmond, Virginia 
Honor Council, 2; Musical, 1, 2; AD. Williams 
Award, 1. 

ETTA CATHERINE ANNE COTTON 

Aldie, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 3; X-Ray, 1; Musical, 1, 2; Senior 
Assembly Chairman, 4; Laennec Society, 1-3, 
Secretary-Treasurer, 2; Parents Day, 3; House 
Council, 3, 






MARTHA ANN CRAIG 

Waynesboro, Virginia 
SNA, 1; Social Committee, 3; Visiting Scholars 
Committee, 3; Freshman Orientation, 4; Red 
Cross Representative, 4; Class Treasurer, 2. 

CATHERINE VIRGINIA DOVE 

Alexandria, Virginia 
SNA, 1-4; Student Council, 1, 2, 4; Vice-Presi- 
dent Student Association, 3; Tour Committee, 
4; MCV Chorus, 1; Beacon Committee, 1, 2; 
Visiting Scholars Committee, 3, 4. 










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FAYE CAROLYN DURRETTE 

Franklin, Virginia 
SNA, 3, 4; X-Ray, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager, 4; 
Honor Council, 3; Student Council, 4; Beacon 
Eciitor, 4; BSU, 3, 4; Secretary, 4; Basketball, 
2, 3; MCV "Miss Student Nurse", 3. 

SUSAN WALLIS FORRER 

Franklin, Virginia 
Musical, 2; Basketball Manager, 3; Athletic 
Representative, 4. 



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JANE LEE HICKMAN 
Buena Vista, Virginia 


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SNA, 
cil, 3 


1-3; X-Ray, 1, 2; Musical, 2; House Coun. 
4; Sigma Zeta Honor Society, 3, 4. 


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LAVONIA MAE HUFFMAN 
Elkton, Virginia 


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SNA, 

I, 2; 

Music 
1, 4. 


1; House Council, 1, 2, 3; Student Council, 
Parents Day, 1, 3; Interfaith Council, 4; 
al, 3, 4; Teusler Fellowship, 1, 2; X-Ray 


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School of Nursing 



BETTY SUE JOHNSON 
Clayton, North Carolina 
SNA, 1, 4; Class Secretary, 4. 

CAROL VIVIAN KENNEDY 
Falls Church, Virginia 





ELIZABETH ANN KIBLER 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 2; Musical, 1, 4; Tour Committee, 4; 
X-Ray, 4. 

ANNE MARIE KIRK 

Fort Lauderdale, Florida 
X-Ray, 1-3; Honoraries and Fraternities Editor, 3; 
Social Committee, 2, 3; Basketball, I, 2. 



CAROLE SOMERS LOGAN 

Harrisonburg, Virginia 
Class Historian, 3; Student Association Chap- 
lain, 4; Bible Study, 1-4; Cabaniss Hall Vice- 
President, 3. 

LINDA ANN MATT 
Westfield, New Jersey 

SNA, 1, 2; Laennec Society, 1; Musical, 1, 2, 4; 
Bridge Club, 4. 






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PATRICIA GAYNEUE MILES 

Mechanicsviile, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 2; Class Historian, 1; Wesley Founda- 
tion, 1; Parents' Day, 1, 3. 

CAROLE SAUNDERS MOREHEAD 
Blackstone, Virginia 
SNA, 1; House Council, 4. 



SALLY CHRISTINE OWENSBY 

Swannanoa, North Carolina 
SNA, I; Montreat-Anderson College, 1; House 
Council, 3, 4: Musical, 1, 2. 

ROSALYN GENICE PAUL 

Richmond, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 2; Parents' Day, 3; Class Historian, 4; 
Musical, 4. 




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PATRICIA ELLEN PHILLIPS 

Salisbury, Maryland 
SNA, 2, 3; House Council, 2; Co-Chain 
Musical, 4; Student Council, 4. 

NANCY JEAN POWELL 

Arlington, Virginia 
SNA, 1; House Council, 2, 4; Tour Con 
4; Musical 4; Freshman Orientation, 4. 



VIRGINIA CARTER ROBBINS 

AltaVista, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 3, 4; MCV District III Representative, 
3; SNA State Convention Delegate, 3; Class Vice- 
President, 2; Alpha Sigma Chi, 3, 4; Vice- Presi- 
dent, 4; President of Student Association, School 
of Nursing, 4; Older Youth Fellowship, 1-4; 
President, 4; Tour Committee Co-Chairman, 4, 
Secretary, MCV Student Council, 4. 

REBECCA ANN ROBERTS 

Barboursville, Virginia 
Class Treasurer, 2; Class President, 3, 4; Student 
Council, 3, 4. 



GAIL ANN SILCOX 

Richmond, Virginia 
SNA, 1-3; Athletic Representative, 1; Musical, 
2; Parents Day, Fair Chairman, 3; X-Ray, Class 
Editor, 4; Class Vice-President, 4; House Coun 
cil, 2. 

NANCY GAYNELL SNYDER 
Dayton, Virginia 
SNA, 1-4; House Council, 3. 




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t §^ Class sponsor, Miss Ann Ryland gives Becky Roberts, Class Presi- 
dent, her cap with its black band. 




PATRICIA SOLENBERGER 

Martinsburg, West Virginia 
SNA, 1; Westminster Fellowship, 1; A. D. 
Williams Scholarship, 2; Class Secretary, 3; House 
Council, 3; Sigma Zeta, Secretary, 4. 

PEGGY SHUPE SPROUSE 
Pocahontas, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 2; Tour Committee, 4. 



BRENDA GAYLE STOUT 

AltaVista, Virginia 
SNA, 1; XRay, I, 3, 4; Basketball, 3, 4; Musical, 
1; Parents Day, 3; Class Social Chairman, 3. 

JUDITH ANN TRUE 

Arlington, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 3; Wesley FouncJation, 1-4; Secretary- 
Treasurer, 2; PresicJent, 3, 4; Student Council, 
3; X-Ray, 1; House Council, 4; Tour Committee, 
4; Class Social Chairman, 1; Class Historian, 2; 
A. D. Williams Scholarship, 3; Freshman Orienta- 



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Miss Steigleder questions Linda Matt. Will anyone ever forget 
Advanced Nursing? 




EMMA JEAN WISE 

Richmond, Virginia 
SNA, 1; Basketball, 1, 2; Class Athletic Repre- 
sentative, 3; Co-Musical Chairman, 4; StucJent 
Council, 4. 

BEVERLY DARDEN WHITE 

Salem, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 2; Parents Day, 2; Class Social Chairman, 
1-3; Student Association, Social Chairman, 4; 
Musical, 1, 2. 



JUDITH ANN WHITE 

Buena Vista, Virginia 
SNA, 1.4; BSU, 1-4; MCV "Miss Student Nurse," 
2; Student Association, Social Chairman, 3; 
Alpha Sigma Chi, 4; Musical 1; X-Ray, 1. 

JUDY WRIGHT WILLIAMS 
Richmond, Virginia 
SNA, 1, 2; X-Ray, I. 




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The Class of 1965 




(Front seat) Miss Hohloch, Class Sponsor; Jane Owen, president; Joan Irwin, treasurer; (Back seat) Lois Plauger, 
historian; Lana Waite, vice-president; Mat Merker, secretary. 




Jane M. Allison 
Elizabeth H. Bahlman 
Mary Jane Baluch 



Barbara Jean Batey 
Donna Leigh Clark 
Barbara Custalow 



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Sandra Allen Dale 

Martha Elizabeth Dickerson 

Karen Sonya Fluckiger 




Bonnie Fay Ford 
Emily Gail Ford 
Roberta Lynn Gaither 



Kathryn Rose Glenn 
Linda Carol Hall 
Rebecca Alice Holt 



Rebecca Holt watches the gypsy fortune teller at the Psychiatry Halloween Party. 




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The Class of 1965 - B.S. 




Joan Elizabeth Irwin 
Ruth R. Johnson 
Mary Eleanor Jones 



Martha Corinne Koonce 
AAarianne Krop 
Sandra Anne Long 



Janice McDaniel 
Mathilda Sue Merker 
Anne Carol Moncrief 




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Lois Plauger gowns Marianne Krop. 



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Mary Margaret Nash 
Alma Louis Oliver 
Jane Sanford Owen 



Lois Mae Plauger 
Frances Victoria Reed 
Joan Vaughan 



Lana Louise Waite 
Janet Ann Woolley 
Jane Adelaide White 




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Left to right Jane Hillsman, secretary,- Courtney McKay, vice-president; Priscilla Yeung, president; Jane 
Rollins, treasurer; Bonnie McCallum, historian. 





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Susan Alexander 
Judith A. Allen 
Suzanne Boranowskl 
Barbara A. Bixby 



Alice Botte 
Nancy Ann Breinig 
Margaret S. Bunn 
Theresa Burke 



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Catherine Florence Crist 
Billie Lynn Daniels 
Nancy Elizabeth Dean 
Ann Dolan 



Annette Elam 
Judith Carolyn Ellett 
Marsha Dell Eubanks 
Harriette E. Ford 



Alene Gay Haas 
Leslie Halliwell 
Carolyn Hazelgrove 
Janet Lee Hill 



Patricia Hill 
Carole Jones 
Ira Hope Kaye 
Suzanne E. Kidwel 



Sandra Lee Kimes 
Tovia Koontz 
Linda Lee Long 
Bonnie MacCallum 



Lois Matthews 
Blaine T. McCarthy 
Courtney McKay 
Janet McKay 




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Big Sisters and Little Sisters relax at the Surprise Halloween Party. 



Judy Meserve 
Suzanne Mitchell 
Claudette Moore 



Suzanne Neal 

Mary Elizabeth Pherson 

Rebecca Iris Poole 



Elizabeth Anna Porter 
Patricia Potter 
Jeri Rawles 



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Dixie Lee Redman 
Jane Elizabeth Rollins 
Rebecca Sadler 



Melanie Louise Shalloo 
Shellie Louise Simpson 
Bonnie Rose Smith 



Edith Lane Smith 
Sylvia Spangler 
Jo Ann Spauls 



Dr. AAyra Williams Thornton helps 
students in Anatomy lab. 




Janice Arlene Stimson 
Marcie Stogner 
Patricia Stover 



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The Class of 1 966 



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Margaret Tyree 
Diana Van Precht 
Betty Anne West 
Anne Whichard 



Margaret Anne Whitley 
Patricia Ann Wingert 
Priscilla Yeung 
Brenda Lee Young 



Good skin care and proper body align- 
ment are only part of the care necessary 
for the patient on a Stryker frame. 





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Kathy Kent, social chairman; Patsy Bateman, historian; Elva Adi<ins, treasurer, Debbie Ross, secretary; June 
Faidley, vice-president; Peggy Hunt, president. 




Mercer Taliaferro Barrett 
Patsy Bateman 
Diane Beets 
Nancy Berger 



Nancy Bitner 
Ruth Bolin 
Martha Booker 
Nancy Bowman 



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The Class of 1 967 



Judith Bradsher 
Martha Browne 
Janet Browning 
Carol Buckman 



Donna Burner 
Georgia Carbaugh 
Ellen Carney 
Martha Cloe 



Linda Coble 
Ann Coleman 
Elinor D'Angelo 
Nancy Dawson 



Mary Kathleen Ellison 
Carolyn Etheridge 
June Faidley 
Sherrie Fleishnnan 



Phyllis Fugate 
Clara Goodman 
Ruth Gorham 
Lois Grau 



Dorothy Greenwood 
Shirley Guffey 
Roberta Hedrick 
Karen Henderson 





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Suzanne Herndon 
Eriaine Morton 
Judith Houston 
Ann Kashner 



Kathryn Kent 
Nancy Kincaid 
Winifred Lang 
Brenda Lankford 



Lynn Lanterman 
Mary Lindamood 
leva Lindemanis 
Carol Love 



Dr. Richard works in his lab. 



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The Class of 1967 




Ruth Pleet 
Maureen Pucci 
Nancy Jean Repass 



Palricia Richardson 
Deborah Ross 
Karen Schneider 



Shirley Snider 
Beverly Storr 
Karen Strickler 



Linda Marshall 
Mary Martin 
Joyce Miller 



Dixie Moore 
Leta Nobles 
Kathleen O'Donnell 



Verna Ann Perry 
Diana Petitt 
Rosetta Phlegar 




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Rose Marie Tate 
Margaret Terwey 
Joyce Turpin 



Maxyne Tuttle 
Jean Vawter 
Linda Vicker 



Gail Wine 
Patricia Sue Yates 
Sharon Yowell 



Dinner is a time to relax and discuss 
the day's events. 





We, the 1964 Graduates of the Associate Degree 
Program, dedicate our section of The X-Ray to you, 
Louise D. Bryant, with the following quotation: 
"The only way in which one human being 
can properly attempt to influence another 
is to encourage him to think for himself." 
Leslie Stephen 
We sincerely thank you for all the understanding 
and guidance you have shown us; the memory of 
your instruction and friendship shall remain with us 
forever. 




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As freshmen, we used to sing, "O, Sophomores, 
O, Sophomores, how we envy you! In two short 
years there's an awful lot you have learned to do." 
And now, it hardly seems possible that two years 
have passed since we entered MCV to begin our 
study toward a career in nursing. 

How well we remember that first arrival in Sep- 
tember of our freshman year! MCV and Cabaniss 
Hall looked so big, yet so promising. 

Our first few weeks away from home were filled 
with the excitement of meeting new friends and 
teachers; new classes; and locating the boys' dormi- 
tories. But the most exciting moment of our fresh- 
man year was the day our caps and uniforms ar- 
rived, for this marked the beginning of that long 
awaited goal. We wore them proudly as we watched 
the envious look of the B. S. freshmen, yet felt 
quite inadequate as we set out to explore the hos- 
pital and give patient care. But our instructors took 
care of that. We were soon burning the midnight oil 
as we labored over anatomy, chemistry, microbi- 
ology. Fundamentals of Nursing, Medical-Surgical 
Nursing, English, psychology. We gradually learned 
more and more and found that we continued to 
move toward our goal very rapidly. 

Our first year of Med-Surg soon ended, and we 
entered the operating room during the third quarter. 
We spent many a week-end trying to learn the 
difference betwen a hemostat and a Kelly, only to 
confuse them as we went to hand one to a surgeon. 

With shattered nerves from surgery we ended 
our freshman year with the passing of exams and 
the pinning of our "Big Sisters" who were ready 



to graduate. We also honored them with a "Break- 
fast." They looked so nice in their new white caps 
and we envied them, but we knew they had worked 
hard for what they had achieved. 

After a ten-day spring vacation, we returned to 
MCV for our summer session. We looked forward 
to it, for we entered one of the four specialties- 
Pediatrics, Obstetrics, Psychiatry, or Advanced Medi- 
cal-Surgical Nursing, and we also left Cabaniss and 
moved into Randolph-Minor Hall, in spite of Rich- 
mond's summer heat, we survived, went home for 
a rest, and returned in the fall to begin that long 
awaited Sophomore year. It officially began when 
we got our caps with the black bands. How proud 
we were! We continued to study hard as we con- 
tinued our specialties and improved our skills. We 
had a lot of fun that year, too. We surprised our 
"Little Sisters" with a Halloween party, and brought 
in the Christmas spirit with a party around the 
decorated tree in Cabaniss Hall. Afterwards we 
went caroling in the hospital. 

Our sophomore year continued, and for the first 
time, our increasing knowledge fell into an organ- 
ized pattern. We found a new approach to nursing 
problems and disease, and we began to function like 
professional nurses. As we looked back on our first 
year, we could remember that little song we sang 
to the sophomores last year. It ended with, . . . 
In two short year, we hope we will be, like you, 
proud graduates of MCV." And it has come to 
an end like that for us. We have reached that final 
goal— we have become nurses! 



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ALICIA ELIZABETH ANDERSON 
Alexandria, Virginia 

SHARON PRICE COCHRAN 
Purcellville, Virginia 
Student Association; SNA. 




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ANNA ELIZABETH ELLIOTT 
Hopewell, Virginia 
SNA; Fair Committee 1. 

CARLENE DALE GRUBB 

Vinton, Virginia 
SNA I, 2; BSU 1, 2; X-Ray 1; Basketball 1; 
Musical 1, 2; Social Committee 2. 



A most happy 
moment! 



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Elevator capacity is only 2,900 lbs. Some of you will have to step out. 



CAROLYN VIRGINIA GWIN 

Waynesboro, Virginia 
SNA 1, 2; Wesley Foundation 1; Treasurer of 
Student Association 2; Student Council 2; House 
Council 2; Class Historian 2. 



SANDY JEAN HARDING 
South Boston, Virginia 



JANE BRUCE HILLSMAN 

Jetersville, Virginia 

Averett College 
SNA 1; House Council 2; Secretary Sophomon 
Class 2. 




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SUSAN BARBARA LITTLE 

Longmeadow, Massachusetts 

Calby 
SNA 1, 2; House Council 1; Parents' Day Fair 
Committee 1 . 

DOROTHY F. AAARTIN 
Cartersville, Virginia 



MARY FRANCES McCAULEY 
Front Royal, Virginia 
SNA 1, 2. 

JANICE LOUISE ROBINSON 
Wise, Virginia 

Clinch Valley College of University of 
Virginia 
SNA 1; Social Chairman 2. 



JOAN CAROL SUBLETT 

Richmond, Virginia 
SNA 1, 2; SNA Representative 2; House Council 
2. 

PATRICIA SUE TRIPLETT 

Roanoke, Virginia 
SNA 1, 2; SNA Representative 2; SNA Repre- 
sentative to Convention 2. 



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ISABEL L. TYSON 
Richmond, Virginic 
Rollins College 



JEAN SAVAGE WINN 
Richmond, Virginia 





MCV food is SO good, I ate 
mine and everyone else's, too! 



Using the new hair dryer. 



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Harriet Lee Bailey 
LoritQ Still Baldwin 
Nancy Barnes 
Nancy Cole 



Elizabeth Davison 
Linda Dale Dawson 
Jo Anne Dix 
Janet Louise Gilliam 



Barbara Greene 

Carol Harrison 

Frances Hewitt 

Gene Antoinette Hoffman 



Margaret Hunt 
Barbara Jordan 
Margaret Louise Knouff 
Lynda Lawrence 



The first S.N. A. meeting of 
the year was held at MCV. 



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Lee MacFarland 
May Ruth Powell 
Pearle Elizabeth Reese 



Joan Elizabeth Ruffner 
Martha Stainback 
Louise Audrea Walker 



Mary-Jordan White 
Sandra Williams 
Noralea Willoughby 



Registered Nurse Students 



Suzanne Barker 
Ellen Kay Brumback 



Elizabeth Hildebran 
Wilma K. Scafidi 




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We, the Physical Therapy Class of 1 964, dedicate 
our section of the yearbook to Mr. Carlton Jones, a 
warm friend and an inspiring teacher. As we enter 
the field of Physical Therapy we shall remember 
him for his patience, understanding, and dedication 
to the profession. 



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(Standing) Sharon Hiltsley, president; Carol Coogler, vice- 
president; Ruth Hemp, historian; (Seated) Carol Johnson, 
secretary-treasurer. 



The date was September, 1962. Fourteen girls 
and five fellows reported for duty aboard the PT 
'64. The recruits were indoctrinated by the Skipper, 
who had the unenviable duty of making seasoned 
sailors from raw material, in no time the crew was 
confronted with its major battles in the first tour of 
duty. The Skipper commanded the Battle of Anat- 
omy, while the Battle of Physics was a series of 
skirmishes with members of the crew assisting one 
another. Many times during this first tour of duty 
we anxiously grasped life lines to avoid sinking into 
the sea. 

Occasionally during the junior grade year, the 
crew used week-end passes to let off steam. The 
first such event found the crew celebrating Hallo- 
ween night at the Halberstadt's. Many facets of per- 
sonality, previously untapped in the classroom, were 
unveiled that memorable evening. 



The crew soon became accustomed to sitting 
many broadening hours, trying to fill their minds 
with a vast, never ceasing onslaught of material. 
For now, we knew that we were expected to strive 
for understanding, not memorization. "Remember: 
if you can't explain it, you don't understand it." 
These words became implanted on our souls. 

In no time we were due for extended leaves for 
the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays. Christmas 
vacation almost seemed like a reprieve after that 
first big anatomy exam. Before leaving for our 
Christmas vacation, both crews participated in tra- 
ditional caroling for the patients in Memorial Hos- 
pital. 

After Christmas our next extended leave was sev- 
eral months away. At times when the ship became 
too confining we took short jaunts to D.C. to see the 
A/lona Lisa and to Georgia to visit families and 
friends. Some crew members used their passes for 
other types of entertainment. No matter how differ- 
ently the passes were used, we always found our- 
selves together during the week, sharing struggles 
and triumphs. 

In June, the fresh recruits ended their first tour 
of duty. The final maneuver was the feared ques- 



tioning by the Skipper and it was every man for 
himself. To our amazement, that final oral exam 
was not as traumatic as the anticipation. 

Six weeks basic training was scheduled for the 
summer and it found the crew scattered to various 
hospitals. At long last we set about doing the things 
that made the last year more than worthwhile. We 
used the knowledge attained previously; we learned 
more in the clinic; and we came to anticipate our 
next tour of duty. In September, we returned four- 
teen strong, with experience behind us and another 
full year of study, fun, and fellowship ahead. 

It was during this senior grade year that we 
learned to cope with frogs, rats, turtles, and a Ger- 
man accent. We took turns electrocuting each other 
and analyzing each others' abnormalities. We be- 
came conscious of our pronated feet and bowed 
legs; we scrutinized curiously anyone who hap- 
pened to pass by. 

Four times during the year we went out on clin- 
ical assignments— as far as D.C. These experiences 
were anticipated eagerly, especially. 

When June arrived, no one believed that two 
years had passed. Once again the summer brings 
separation of the crew, and when we meet again in 
the fall, this time we will become Registered Physi- 
cal Therapists in our own right. 



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The Class of 1964 






LOUIS HOWARD AULICK 
Georgelown, Kentucky 
College of William and Mary, B.A. 
School President, 4; Basketball. 

DONNA JO BOYD 
Baltimore, Maryland 
William Smith College 
A.P.T.A. 3, 4; School Treasurer, A. 



PEGGY SUE COLLEY 

Radford, Virginia 

Radford College 
A.P.T.A. 3, 4; Co-Editor, Baruch Scoop, 3; 
Honor Council Representative, 4. 

CAROL EDITH COOGLER 

Elberton, Georgia 

Emory University 
A.P.T.A. 3, 4; Class President, 3; Class Vice- 
President, 4. 



LYNDA LEE GUNTHER 
Richmond, Virginia 
Mary Washington College 
Student Council Representative, 3. 




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NORMAN HALBERSTADT 
Brooklyn, New York 
Virginia Military Institute, B.A. 
Class Vice-President, 3; School Athletic Repre- 
sentative, 4; Basketball; Softball. 

RUTH MAE HEMP 
Chesapeake, Virginia 
Radford College 
A.P.T.A., 3, 4; Class Historian, 4. 





SHARON ROSE HILTSLEY 

San Diego, California 

University of San Diego 
A.P.T.A., 3, 4, Representative, 3; Visiting Scholars 
Committee, 4; Class President, 4. 

CAROL DEAN JOHNSON 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Old Dominion College 
Social Committee, 4, Secretary; Class Secretary- 
Treasurer, 4. 






JANET PAUL KING 
Macon, Georgia 
Mercer University, A.B. 
A.P.T.A., 3, 4; Student Council Representative, 



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DORIS ANN MORAN 

Arlington, Virginia 

Northwestern University 

George Washington University 
A.P.T.A., 3, 4; House Council, 4; Visiting Schol- 
ars Committee, 4. 

JOHNNIE MORGAN 

Greenville, Alabama 

Troy State College 

Honor Council Representative, 3. 





LINDA KAY MOUNT 
Arlington, Virginia 
Richmond Professional Institute 
Class Historian, 3. 

NANCY CAROL WARD 

Arlington, Virginia 

Women's College of the University of 

North Carolina 



Johnnie Morgan assists Howard Aulick as he practices 
crutch walking down steps. 



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ANATOMY LABORA' 





fLeft to right) Peggy Bradley, vice-president; Jean Rockenboch, historian; Wyomo Garber, president; Jeanne Schairer, secretary- 
treasurer. 



Sherian Ann Akers 
Carol Marie Anderson 



Margaret Louise Bradley 
Juanita Christian Caldwell 




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Martha Clendenin 
Brenda Cocke 
Jennie Evans 
Shannon Francis 



Ann Froneberger 
Wyoma Garber 
Kermit Gresham 
Sue Heltzel 



Suzanne Markham 
Diane Martin 
Patricia Reid 
Patricia Ricketts 




McGuire Hall. 



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Janice Rockenbach 
Suzanne Sale 
Jeanne Schairer 
Nora Shenk 




Shearer Troxell 
Janet Vey 
Sydney Wilson 




Linda Vickers holds the audience spellbound with 
her rendition of "the Golden Vanity" at the Jazz- 
Folk Festival. 



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The Class of 1964, wishes to honor Dr. 
Edwin F. Rosinski in the dedication of our 
section of this yearbook. His patient counsel- 
ing, spirit of helpfulness, and, above all, the 
challenge he provided us are acknov/ledged 
with gratitude. We salute Dr. Rosinski for his 
obvious delight in teaching and his keen sense 
of humor. We have been enriched by asso- 
ciation with him. 



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(Left to right! Ronald Hutton, vice-president; Edward Smith, historian; Richard H. Kerr, historian; Jack Van Brockle, president; Don- 
ald S. Good, secretary-treasurer. 



After letters of reference, personal interviews, 
and transcripts, we were selected as those whose 
character, ability, and personality best assured a 
contribution to the field of hospital administration. 
And yet, as we have stepped from all walks of life 
to prepare ourselves as hospital administrators, we 
have found that our concepts of hospital administra- 
tion were nebulous. There was much to learn. Thus 
with a deep desire to attain this goal we have set 
our sights toward the completion of the didactic and 
residency phases of the program. 

The philosophy of our program is to develop con- 
cepts of the professional hospital administrator as 
the link between the governing body and the people 
who provide actual patient core or services — physi- 
cians, nurses, and countless others. 

In the words of Robert hludgens, director of the 



School of Hospital Administration; "The school cannot 
hope to teach answers. Each administrator must 
ultimately find his own answers to his peculiar prob- 
lems. The school con only bring the student into the 
environment of the modern hospital and introduce 
him to the organization and purposes of hospitals, 
and management methods and philosophy which 
have been fundamental." 

The Class of 1964, earnestly hopes each man will 
measure up to the responsibilities of a truly challeng- 
ing profession. We shall look back on these past two 
years as ones in which we learned not only the funda- 
mentals of hospital administration, but also the ideals 
and philosophy that will make us compassionate and 
understanding in our core of those who come to hos- 
pitals seeking care. 



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Class of 1964 




FRANK CHRIS CHRISBENS 

Salina, Kansas 

Kansas Stote College, B.S. 

CHARLES MUSE EWELL, JR. 

Richmond, Virginia 

Richmond Professionol Institute, B.S. 



DONALD SIMMONS GOOD 

Columbus, Ohio 

Ohio State University, B.S. 

PAUL ALLAN GROSS 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Georgia, A.B. 



RONALD HUGH HUTTON 

Marion, Virginia 

East Tennessee State College, B.S., M.A. 

RICHARD HALLER KERR 
Charleston, West Virginia 
West Virginia University, A.B. 



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School of Hospital Administration 




ROBERT DARREL KONNAGAN 
Martinsville, Virginia 
Lynchburg College, B.S. 
Northwestern University, M.B.A. 



RICHARD CARROLL KRAUS 
Vinton, Virginia 
Asbury College, A.B. 



JOEL OSCAR MONTGOMERY 

Foirview, Missouri 

Southwestern Missouri State College, B.S. 

Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, M.R.E. 



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DAVID KERSEY PECHMANN 

Afton, Virginia 

State College, B.S. 

Medical College of Virginia, R.P.T. 

Temple University, M.Ed. 

EDWARD ASA SMITH, JR. 
Charlottesville, Virginia 
Carson-Newman College, B.A. 



JAMES HAROLD THOMPSON 

Nashville, Tennessee 

Mississippi Southern College, B.S. 

ALVIN STANLEY TOPHAM 
Nantucket, Massachusetts 
Bryant College, B.S. 





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HARRIS JACKSON VAN BRACKLE 
Richmond, Virginia 
University of Georgia, B.C.S. 



FRANK BLISS WINN, JR. 
Porkersburg, West Virginia 
Wheoton College, A.B. 
Rutgers University, M.S.W. 




Students from all schools eat lunch 
during the week at the Cafeteria on 
the second floor of the Student Union 
Building. 



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(Left to right) James Foster, secretary; James Bobb, vice-president; Herman Mullins, president; Donald Broos, treasurer. 




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James Bobb 
Robert Boissonecu 
Donald Broas 
Gordon Davis 



Robert Drisner 
James Foster 
Jerome Krautkromer 
Samuel Lillard 



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Charles Lonchar 
Frank Mays 
James Merchant 
Herman Mullins 



George Pozega 
Philip Price 
Russell Proffitt 
Lindsay Shuff 




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Dedicated to Sue Worsham, Instructor of 

Medical Technology. 

Given all the gold words 

That polished tongues can say, 

They could not tell the story on 

Our Graduation Day. 

They could not speak our gratitude 

For all your thoughtful care 

Reflected lightly in the smiles 

Bestowed while you are there 

Or give our thanks for every way 

That you hove been so kind. 

With unselfish direction in 

A manner most benign. 

The knowledge you have brought to us 

And given so earnestly. 

To fashion all our futures in 

A profession with prosperity. 

We know not how to thank you, Sue, 

But with our smiles and fears 

We dedicate our works and deeds for this our final year. 



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Debbie Schline, Representative; Carol Lynch, Treasurer; Jean Rhodius, President; Brenda Manuel, Secretary; Dee Boswell, 
Vice-President; Pat Briggs, Historian (missing.) 



Daniel Webster once said: "Knowledge does not 
comprise all which is contained in the large term of 
education. The feelings are to be disciplined; the 
passions are to be restrained; true and worthy mo- 
tives are to be inspired; a profound religious feel- 
ing is to be instilled, and pure morality inculcated 
under all circumstances. All this is comprised in 
education." This also applies to the School of Medi- 
cal Technology. For it is here, in our last year of 
education, that we have learned the importance of 
of self-discipline, restrained passion, and true and 
worthy motives. 

The months of this college year have been varied 
and full. Each has brought to us special events, 
hopes, expectations, and perhaps even disappoint- 
ments. It began on that first day in September, 
when we awaited our orientation with anticipation 
and apprehension. During the weeks which fol- 
lowed, classes became well-organized, and we soon 
learned what was expected of us. 



Perhaps among those incidents which will stand 
out most in our minds and hearts, will be our first 
days of "sticking." The empty, shallow feeling we 
felt throughout our bodies— especially our stomachs! 
Our nerves were tense but efforts were made not 
to show how really nervous we were. The hours be- 
tween 10:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m.— listening for 
that special phone call, wondering who would be 
returning at lunch, appreciating a kind word or 
smile from one patient that helped us look forward 
to another day. These few moments as well as many 
others— test days, surprise parties, fifteen minute 
breaks in the lounge, dropping our tubes just be- 
fore taking our final reading, the mosenthal test— 
these became misty recollections imprinted on a hap- 
py mind Graduation Day. The day did not differ 
from many other ones, yet its date will not be 
forgotten. Yes, another chapter in our lives was 
closed— but not really closed, because it also opened 
a new door to the life ahead. 



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MARGARET EVELYN BENNETT 
Shepherdsville, Kentucky 
Georgetown College 

PATRICIA MEREDITH BRIGGS 
Richmond, Virginia 
Sacred Heart Junior College 
Westhampton College 



JUDITH ANNE BIRNSIIEL 
Hershey, Pennsylvania 
Pennsylvania State University 

PATRICIA HOVE BURNETTE 

Richmond, Virginia 

Richmond Professional Institute 



CORDELIA ELLISON BOSVi'ELL 

Richmond, Virginia 

Mary V^ashington College 

SHARON ARCILE CHRISTIE 

Arlington, Virginia 

College of William and Mary 



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MCV Hospital at sunset. 



GRACE CAROL DODGE 
Richmond, Virginia 
Madison College 



JO ANNE GUNTER 
Accomac, Virginia 
Averett College 
University of North Carolina 



ELIZABETH HOWARD LACY 
Winchester, Virginia 
Hollins College 




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ELIZABETH ROBINSON LUX 
Harrison, New York 
Mary Washington College 

BONNIE C. MASON 
Roanoke, Virginia 
Radford College 



CAROL ANN LYNCH 
Villanova, Pennsylvania 
Mary Washington College 

JEAN ANN RHODIUS 
Jamaica, New York 
Mary Washington College 



BRENDA SUE AAANUEL 
Newport News, Virginia 
Mary Washington College 

E. CATHERINE RIDENOUR 
Williamsburg, Virginia 
Madison College 





V. 




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CAROL ANN ROBBINS 
Ocean City, Maryland 
Madison College 

SANDRA RUDOLPH 
Independence, Virginia 
Radford College 





DEBORAH LEE SCHLINE 
Richmond, Virginia 
American University 

JUDY ELLEN SCHLOSSBERG 
Huntington, W^est Virginia 

Marshall University 




BETTY JO WINGFIELD 
Brookneal, Virginia 
Lynchburg College 



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Studies 




241 




In deepest appreciation of your untiring efforts in 
our behalf and with the awareness of the sacrifices 
you have made, we the Graduate Students dedicate 
our part of the 1964 X-Ray to you, Miss Majorie D. 
Kratz. 



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Archie Jay Beebe, President 



Irma Elizabeth Bowers, Secretary 



Paul W. Collins, Vice-President 



The Graduate School 



The School of Graduate Studies was formally 
organized in 1957, although opportunities for grad- 
uate work had been available since 1934. 

The function of the graduate studies program is 
to train young, aspiring, and well-gifted students of 
science who show promise as teachers and research 
workers — to guide young, inexperienced but inquisi- 
tive minds properly by well experienced advisors to 



serve the demands of modern scientific research. 

The students admitted in this school are exposed 
to various seminars and conferences along with ade- 
quate course work which they take at this institution 
and other universities. They carry their highly special- 
ized and individualized research works under the 
guidance of their own advisors. 



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NABIL A. AZZAM 
Anatomy 

CHANDRA MADHAB BANERJEE 
Physiology 

ARCHIE JAY BEEBE 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry 

IRMA ELIZABETH BOWERS 
Anatomy 



GEORGE W. BRANHAM, JR. 
Pharmacology 

L. BURKE CROWDER 
Anatomy 

ROBERT LEWIS DUNCAN, JR. 
Pharmaceutical Chemistry 

MOHAMMAD EL GOHARY 
Anatomy 




■ SntcaiB 
Scenes around MCV 



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SAMUEL V. AAOLINARY 
Biology and Genetics 

CHARLES WITHERS MONCURE 
Anatomy 

GEORGE JOSEPH NORWOOD 
Pharmacy 



ELIE S. NUWAYSER 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry 

GEORGE J. PIASECKI 

Pharmaceutical Chemistry 

ROSSER A. RUDOLPH 
Biochemistry 



JOSEPH BARRY SCHWARTZ 
Pharmacy 

JOANNE GRAZIANI SOUTHWORTH 
Anatomy 

ROBERT G. SULLIVAN 
Pharmacy 



ROBERT TOMCHICK 
Biochemistry 



CHARLES VARSAL 

Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Chemistry 




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M.CV, Faculty 



SCHOOL OF MEDICINE 
Departmental Chairmen 

Dr. Eriing S. Hegre, Chairman, 

Department of Anatomy 
Dr. Williams E. Pembleton, Chairman, 

Department of Anesthesiology 
Dr. Lynn D. Abbott, Jr., Chairman 

Department of Biochemistry 
Dr. Roscoe D. Hughes, Chairman 

Department of Biology, Genetics 
Dr. William T. Ham, Jr., Chairman 

Department of Biophysics, Biometry 
Dr. J. Doyle Smith, Chairman 

Department of Chemistry, Pharmaceutical 

Chemistry 
Dr. R. L. Simpson, Chairman 

Department of Crown, Bridge Prosthodontics 
Dr. P. J. Modjeski, Chairman 

Department of Dental Materials 
Dr. H. T. Knighton, Chairman 

Department of Dental Research 
Dr. D. H. Bell, Jr., Chairman 

Department of Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. F. B. Wiebusch, Chairman 

Department of Diagnosis and Therapeutics 
Dr. Geoffrey T. Mann, Chairman 

Department of Legal Medicine 
Dr. W. T. Thompson, Jr., Chairman 

Department of Medicine 
Dr. .Allen Pepple, Chairman 

Department of Medicine, Dermatology 
Dr. Cory G. Suter, Chairman 

Department of Medicine, Neurology 
Dr. J. Douglas Reid, Chairman 

Department of Microbiology 
Dr. H. Hudnall Ware, Jr., Chairman 

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology 
Dr. Wendell Clough, Chairman 

Department of Operative Dentistry 
Dr. DuPont Guerry, III, Chairman 

Department of Ophthalmology 
Dr. Randolph H. Hoge, Chairman 

Department of Gynecology 
Dr. S. Elmer Bear, Chairman 

Department of Oral Surgery 
Dr. James E. Mclver, Chairman 

Department of Orthodontics 
Dr. Peter N. Pastore, Chairman 

Department of Otology, Rhinology, Laryngology 
Dr. Fairfield Goodale, Jr., Chairman 

Department of Pathology 
Dr. Henry G. Kupfer, Chairman 

Division of Clinical Pathology 
Dr. Geoffrey T. Mann, Chairman 

Division of Forensic Pathology 
Dr. Richard P. Elzoy, Chairman 

Division of Oral Pathology 
Dr. Saul Kay, Chairman 

Division of Surgical Pathology 



Dr. William E. Laupus, Chairman 

Department of Pediatrics 
Dr. Paul S. Larson, Chairman 

Department of Pharmacology 
Dr. C. J. Vincent, Chairman 

Department of Pedodontics 
Dr. Milton I. Neuroth, Chairman 

Department of Pharmacy 
Dr. John B. Redford, Chairman 

Department of Physical Medicine, Rehabilitation 
Dr. Ernst Fischer, Chairman 

Department of Physiology 
Dr. Frederick J. Spencer, Chairman 

Department of Preventive Medicine 
Dr. Henry D. Lederer, Chairman 

Department of Psychiatry 
Dr. Ebbe C. Hoff, Chairman 

Division of Psychiatric Research 
Dr. Richard G. Lester, Chairman 

Department of Radiology 
Dr. E. Richard King, Chairman 

Division of Radiotherapy 
Dr. David M, Hume, Chairman 

Department of Surgery 
Dr. Lev^is H. Bosher, Jr., Chairman 

Section of Thoracic, Cardiovascular Surgery 
Dr. William F. Collins, Chairman 

Division of Neurological Surgery 
Dr. M. Josiah Hoover, Chairman 

Division of Orthopedic Surgery 
Dr. Albert Pincus, Chairman 

Division of Podiatry 
Dr. George R. Prout, Jr., Chairman 

Division of Urology 



SCHOOL OF DENTISTRY 

Dr. Claud R. Armistead 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Periodontics 
Dr. Charles E. Barr 

Assistant Research Professor of Oral Pathology 
Dr. John D. Beall 

Assistant Professor Operative Dentistry 
Dr. S. Elmer Bear 

Associate Professor of Oral Surgery 
Dr. Dewey H. Bell 

Professor of Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. Donald S. Brown 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthodontics 
Dr. George W. Burke 

Professor of Operative Dentistry, Oral Anatomy 
Dr. Sim Chappelle 

Associate Professor of Oral Diagnosis, 

Therapeutics 
Dr. Jack W. Chevalier 

Associate in Denture Prosthesis 



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Dr. Paul L. Chevalier 

Professor in Crown and Prodge Prosthodontics 
Dr. William M. Comer 

Instructor in Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. O. W. Clough 

Professor of Operative Dentistry, Oral Anatomy 
Dr. W. D. Crockett 

Associate Professor in Operative Dentistry 
Dr. Gilbert F. DeBiasi 

Associate in Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. George W. Duncan 

Assistant Professor in Operative Dentistry 
Dr. Marshall C. England 

Instructor in Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. J. R. Eshleman 

Instructor in Operative Dentistry, Prosthodontics 
Dr. Charles L. Eubank 

Assistant Professor of Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. N. B. Evens 

Assistant Professor of Crov^/n and Bridge 

Prosthodontics 
Dr. William B. Fitzhugh 

Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry 
Dr. L. T. Flippen 

Instructor in Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. Harry Fore 

Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry 

and Oral Anatomy 
Dr. Major D. Gayle 

Assistant Professor of Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. Charles R. Guthrie 

Assistant Clinical Professor of Crown and 

Bridge Prosthodontics 
Dr. Paul C. Hall 

Instructor in Operative Dentistry 
Dr. S. Guy Hall 

Associate Professor Operative Dentistry 

and Oral Anatomy 
Dr. F. C. Homer 

Assistant Professor Orthodontics 
Dr. R. F. Harmon 

Instructor in Dental Materials and Crown 

and Bridge Prosthodontics 
Dr. W. T. Haynes 

Clinical Professor Orthodontics 
Dr. Charles M. Heartwell 

Associate Professor Denture Prosthesis 

Dr. R. L. Hill 

Instructor in Crown and Bridge Prosthodontics 
Dr. Harry L. Hodges 

Instructor in Crown and Bridge Prosthodontics 
Dr. M. A. Hubbard 

Instructor in Oral Diagnosis and Therapeutics 
Dr. G. A. C. Jennings 

Assistant Professor of Pedodontics 
Dr. S. B. Jones 

Instructor in Dental Materials and Crown 

and Bridge Prosthodontics 
Dr. Samuel P. Kayne 

Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry 



Dr. Holmes T. Knighton 

Professor Microbiology 
Dr. Max D. Largent 

Associate Professor of Pedodontics 
Dr. William J. Longan 

Associate Professor Oral Surgery 
Dr. Harry Lyons, Dean 

School of Dentistry 
Dr. Bennett A. Molbon 

Instructor in Oral Surgery 
Dr. A. L. Martone 

Associate in Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. G. J. McGraw 

Assistant in Operative Dentistry 
Dr. J. E. Mclver 

Professor of Orthodontics 
Dr. Louis D. Mitchell 

Professor of Oral Roentgenology 
Dr. Philip J. Modjeski 

Professor of Crown and Bridge Prosthodontics 
Dr. Douglas B. Nuckles 

Instructor in Operative Dentistry, Dental 

Materials 
Dr. Philip B. Peters 

Assistant Professor of Oral Surgery 
Dr. Edward H. Radcliffe 

Instructor in Operative Dentistry 
Dr. High R, Rankin 

Associate in Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. James E. Rayhorn 

Associate in Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. J. Marvin Reynolds 

Associate Professor of Crown and Bridge 

Prosthodontics 
Dr. C. David Richardson 

Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry 
Dr. Lewis T. Rogers 

Assistant Professor of Operative Dentistry 
Dr. F. W. Salisbury 

Professor of Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. John J. Salley 

Professor of Oral Pathology 
Dr. Irvin H. Schmitt 

Instructor in Dental Materials 
Dr. R. L. Simpson 

Professor of Crown and Bridge Prosthodontics 
Dr. Richard W. Slotten 

Associate Professor of Oral Diagnosis, 

Therapeutics 
Dr. Harold M. Syrop 

Professor of Oral Diagnosis, Therapeutics 
Dr. David L. Via 

Instructor in Dental Materials and Crown 

and Bridge Prosthodontics 
Dr. Charles J. Vincent 

Professor Pedodontics 
Dr. Donald E. Wheless 

Instructor in Dental Materials and Crown 

and Bridge Prosthodontics 



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Dr. F. B. Wiebusch 

Professor of Orel Diagnosis end Therapeutics 
Dr. R. C. Woods 

Instructor in Denture Prosthesis 
Dr. J. Marion Woolard 

Associate in Crown and Bridge and Dental 

Materials 
Dr. Hugh O. Wrenn 

Associate Clinical Professor of Orthodontics 



SCHOOL OF PHARMACY 

Dr. Warren E. Weaver, Dean 

School of Pharmacy 
Mr. Frank P. Pitts, Assistant Dean 

Professor of Chemistry, Biology, Genetics 
Dr. Roscoe D. Hughes, Chairman 

and Professor of Biology and Genetics 
Dr. J. Ives Townsend 

Associate Professor of Biology and Genetics 
Dr. Richard M. Cribbs 

Assistant Professor of Biology and Genetics 
Mrs. Caroline Goode Jackson 

Instructor Biology and Genetics 
Dr. J. Doyle Smith 

Acting Chairman and Professor of Chemistry 
Dr. John Andrako 

Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry 
Dr. Alfred J. Richard 

Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
Mrs. Irene W. Bain 

Instructor in Chemistry 
Miss Lucy M. Harvie 

Instructor in Chemistry 
Mrs. Annie S. Leeper 

Instructor in Chemistry 
Dr. Milton L. Neuroth 

Chairman and Professor of Pharmacy 
Mr. Russell H. Fiske 

Associate Professor of Pharmacy 
Dr. Werner Lov^'enthal 

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy 
Dr. Anthony P. Simonelli 

Assistant Professor of Pharmacy 
Mrs. Charlotte Y. Harris 

Instructor in Pharmacy 
Mr. Rudolph G. Hetzer, Jr. 

Instructor in Pharmacy Administration 
Dr. Nancy B. King 

Instructor in Pharmacy 
Mr. G. Kenneth Miller 

Instructor in Business Law 
Mr. Ralph Marion Ware 

Instructor in Pharmacy 
Mrs. H. Addison Dalton 

Instructor in Economics 
Mrs. Rowlett Perkins 

Assistant Professor of English 



Mrs. Rowlett Perkins 

Assistant Professor of Calculus 
Mrs. Rowlett Perkins 

Assistant Professor of Physics 



SCHOOL OF NURSING 

Doris B. Yingling, Dean 

School of Nursing 
L. Frances Gordon, Director 

Baccalaureate Program 
Marguerite G. Nicholson 

Professor 
Jean M. Hayter 

Associate Professor 
Louise Wiedmer 

Associate Professor 
Helen W. Wiesmann 

Assistant Professor 
Eleanor M. Browning 

Assistant Professor 
Mary Eileen Coulson 

Assistant Professor 
Joan E. Eanes 

Assistant Professor 
Frances Fernandez 

Assistant Professor 
Patsy Grant 

Assistant Professor 
Doris H. Hines 

Assistant Professor 
Faith J. Hohloch 

Assistant Professor 
Betty Joyce Moore 

Assistant Professor of Nutrition 
Marion E. Nicholls 

Assistant Professor 
Mary Patricia Small 

Assistant Professor 
Ann P. Steigleder 

Assistant Professor 
Patricia Sullenberger 

Assistant Professor 
Mildred Ann Bramble 

Instructor 
Kathryn Dial 

Instructor 
Mary J. Gordon 

Instructor in English 
Joan M. Mancini 

Instructor 
Edward H. Peeples, Jr. 

Instructor in Sociology 
Anna Mae Fowler 

Assistant Instructor 
Ann Ryland 

Assistant Instructor 
Harriette A. Patterson 

Associate Professor 



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Justine E. Bishop 

Assistant Professor 
Louise E. Bryant 

Assistant Professor 
Elizabeth Maupin 

Assistant Professor 
Alice B. Booth 

Instructor 
Elizabeth Tompkins 

Instructor 
Janet H. Vultee 

Instructor in Basic Science 
Mary P. Wordell 

Instructor 



SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL THERAPY 

Susanne Hirt 

Technical Director 
Margot Trimble 

Assistant Professor 
Albred Szumski 

Assistant Professor 
Carlton Jones 

Assistant Professor 
Shirley Stockmeyer 

Instructor 
Elizabeth Fellows 

Instructor 



SCHOOL OF MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 

Marvin J. Allison 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 
Grace Cashon 

Instructor in Medical Technology 
Lyman M. Fisher 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 
Juliet Florance 

Instructor in Medical Technology 
Miles E. Hench 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 
Hazel Irvin 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 
Henry G. Kupfer 

Professor of Clinical Pathology 
Robert L. Lynch • 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 
David H. Miller 

Instructor in Medical Technology 
Abram L. Rosenzweig 

Instructor in Medical Technology 
Simon Russi 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 
John G. dos Santos 

Associate Professor of Clinical Pathology 
Lena B. Thomas 

Associate Professor of Medical Technology 



Nelson F. Young 

Professor of Clinical Pathology 
Chester M. Zmijewski 

Assistant Professor of Clinical Pathology 



SCHOOL OF HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATION 
Robert S. Hudgens 

Professor of Hospital Administration 
Charles P. Cardwell, Jr. 

Professor of Hospital Administration 
Geoffrey T. Mann 

Professor of Legal Medicine 
Louree Pottinger 

Professor of Nursing 
Mabel Leigh Rooke 

Associate Professor of Hospital Administration 
Ronald B. Almack 

Assistant Professor of Hospital Administration 
Clarence F. Cauble 

Assistant Professor of Medical Records- 
Terminology, Hospital Administration 
A. Gibson Howell 

Assistant Professor of Hospital Administration 
Thomas D. Jordan 

Assistant Professor of Hospital Low, 

Hospital Administration 
Emmet K. Reid 

Assistant Professor of Hospital Administration 
Robert H. Thomas 

Assistant Professor of Hospital Administration 
Robert O. Williams 

Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Physiology 

Hospital Administration 
Evelyn C. Bacon 

Associate of Hospital Administration 
Benjamin T. Cullen, Jr. 

Associate in Personnel Management 
Robert C. Denzler 

Associate in Hospital Administration 
Thelma Vaine Hoke 

Associate in Communication 
Carl R. Parrish 

Associate in Hospital Administration 
Harold Prather 

Associate in Hospital Administration 
Cecil B. Sanders 

Associate in Purchasing 
Robert Gordon 

Instructor in Hospital Administration 
William R. Harton 

Instructor in Community Medicine 
Bernard Maslan 

Instructor in Hospital Administration 
W. Allen Smith 

Instructor in Hospital Administration 
Thomas S. Temple 

Instructor in Construction and Maintenance 
Joseph B. Ahlschier 

Assistant in Hospital Administration 



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Aaron, Stuart Denn.s, M. 4, 905J Hamilton St., Richmond, Va 

Abbott, Sally Ann, M. 2, 916 Crescent St., Roanoke, Va 

Abell, Frank Erwin, Jr., D. 4, Lowrys, S C 

Abernathy, Margaret Roberts, M. 4, Spring Lake, Route 1, Box 100, Vienna, Va. 

Adams, Donald Edward, D. 1, 4603 Forest Hill Ave., Richmond, Va 

Adams, Dorothy Neatrour, Dl 1, Star Route, Box 69 Emporia Va 

Adkins, Elva Mae, N. 1, Merriman Rd., Fieldale, Va 

Agee, Nancy Karen, N. 4, Route 1, Meadows of Dan Va 

Akers, Sherian Ann, PT 1, Rt. 1, Box 167-A, Bluefield, W Va 

Albert, Richard Earl, P. 2, P.O Box 1546, Petersburg Va 

Alexander, John Morten, D. 2, MCV Apts, BIdg 6-13, Richmond Va 

Aexander, Ricardo, D. 3, 127 N. Peninsula Dr., Daytona Beach, Fla 

Alexander, Susan Hughes, N. 2, Box 26, Falmouth Va 

Alfonso, Joseph Richard, D. 2, Jefferson St., Clifton Forge Va 

Allen, Frederick James, M. 3, 4201 Forest Hill Ave Richmond Va 

Allen, Judith Anne, N. 2, 6-D Miller Field, Staten Island N y' 

A ligood, Anna Crump, N. 4, 201 Isabella Ave., Washington, N C 

Allison, Jane Mueller, N. 3, Box 159, Draper, Va. 

Almond, Hilton Robinson, M. 3, Locust Grove, Va 

Alperin, Ira Robert, D. 1, 20940 N.E. 26th Ave., N. Miami Beach Fla 

Alpern, Frederick Philip, M. 2, 14 Horatio St., New York City n' Y ' 

A phm Reevis Stancil, G. 3, 815 Westham Parkway, Richmond, Va 

Altobelli, John Anthony, M. 1, 306 Union St., Brooklyn 31 New York 

Anderson, Alicia Elizabeth, N. 2, 1 1 1 Piper Ct., Alexandria 6 Va 

Anderson, Carol Marie, PT 3, 1601 Michaels Rd,, Richmond Va 

Armistead, Reginald Lewis, D. 2, 332 Florida Ave., Portsmouth, Va 

Arnold, Charlotte, M., N. 4, Rt. 3, Box 36, Petersburg West Va 

Asbill, Henry Watson, D. 4, 4 Shenandoah Dr Greenville S C 

Ashe, James Duncan, Jr., M. 3, 17 Elm Avenue, Newport News, Va. 

Ashenden, Ahce \7eronica, N. 1, 1608 Preston Road, Alexandria Va 

Ashworth, Freda Elayne, N. 4, Route 4, Rocky Mount Va 

Askowitz, Ronald Lee, D. 4, 330 Aledo Ave., Coral Gables Fla 

Aulick, Louis Howard, PT 4, 601 South Broadway, Georgetown Ky 

Austm, Hayden Lowell, III, P. 2, 745 N. 2nd St, Wytheville, Va. 

Aylor, George Russell, Jr., D. 3, 906 N. Larrimort St Arlington Va 

Ayres, M. Carole, N. 2, Cana, Virginia 

Azzam, Nabil Amin, G. 1, Amman, Jordan 

Babb, John Ronald, M. 3, Ivor, Virginia 

Bagley, John Joseph, Jr., M. 1, 4513 Newport Drive Richmond Va 

Bahlman, Elizabeth Hunter, N. 3, 8910 Honeybee Lane, Bethesda 34, Md. 

Bailey, Harriet Lee, N. 1, 58 Bristol Rd, Wellesley Hills Mass 

Bailey, James Alvin, Jr., P. 1, 1661 Wilton Rd, Petersburg, Va. 

Baker, Connie Marconi, D. 4, Route #1, Lancaster, S. C. 

Baker, Hubert Coleman, D. 1, Keith St., Timmonsville, S. C. 

Balducci, Diana May, MT 4, 4400 Monument Ave., Richmond Va 

Baldwin, Lorita Still, N. 1, 127 Church St, Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Baldwin, Patrick Bowler, P. 1, 139 Wythe Parkway, Hampton, Virginia 

Baluch, Mary Jane, N. 3, lOOS-D N. Hamilton, Richmond Va 

Bancroft, Richard Donald, D. 2, 802 Briny Ave., Pompano Beach, Fla 

Banerjee, Chandra Madhab, G, 4, 24/5 Joy Krishna Pal Road, Calcutta, India 

Bang, Gary Rach, D. 1, 48 Woodland Drive, Staunton Va 

Baranowski, Suzanne A, N. 2, 1025 Enscr Dr. Joppatowne, Joppa, Md 

Barden, Jerri Ann, M. 2, 1005 Hilltop Drive, Richmond Va 

Barker, Janet Suzanne, G. I, 518 Amherst Rd, So. Hadiey, Mass 

Barker, Robert Quillin, P. 4, Box 146, Gate City, Va. 

Barlow, Matthew John, Jr., M. 3, 6130 Alexander St, Norfolk, Va. 

Barnard, William Glen, P. 4, 100 East 34th St, Richmond, Va 

Barnes, Nancy Ann, N. 1, Parksley, Virginia 

Barnes, Richard Harrison, P. 2, 3900 W. Broad St, Richmond, Va. 

Barrett, Jane Pinner, XR 2, 444 W. Washington St, Suffolk, Va. 

Barrett, Mercer Tauaferro, N. 1, 5310 Sanger Ave, Apt 142) Alexandria Va 

Bateman, Patsy Ann, N. I, 9 Shirley Road, Newport News, Va. 

Batey, Barbara Joan, N. 3, 820 Westview Drive, Belpre, Ohio 

Baughcome, James Gerald, D. 1, 4905 Monument Ave,' Richmond, Va. 

Baughman, Ronald Adrian, D. 1, 3507 E. Broad Rock Rd, Richmond, Va. 

Baxter, Truman Dorland, Jr., D. 4, 3409 Stuart Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Beatley, Robert Eugene, M. 3, Gonyon, Virginia 

Beattie, Preston Harold, Jr., D. 1, 3012 Carolina Ave, Hartsville, S. C. 

Beavers, Frances Ellen, P. 3 ,1314 Vanceright Ave, Winchester, Va. 

Beck, Joseph Daniel, Jr., P. 2, 1610 Camden Ave, Portsmouth, Va. 

Beck, Julian Ronald, P. 2, MCV Apts, BIdg. 4, Apt. 12, E. 4th St. 

Bederka, John Paul, Jr., P. 2, P.O Box 111, AAcClellandtown, Penna. 

Beebe, Archie, Jay, G. 3, Church Street, Chincoteague, Va. 

Beets, Diane Irene, N. 1, 310 Wasp Lane, McLean, Va. 

Beirne, Edward Bliley, M. 2, 3831 Boiling Road, Richmond, Va. 

Belk, Robert Blanton, M. 4, 308 George St., Fredericksburg, Va. 

Beller, Frederick Terry, P. 3, 134 Granby Pk, Norfolk, Va. 

Bennett, Curtis G., D. 4, 315 Starling Ave, Martinsville, Va. 

Bennett, Margaret Evelyn, MT 4, Rt. #1, Shepherdsville, Kentucky 

Beorn, Charles Frederick, M. 1, 110 Morningside Cr., Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Berger, George Philip, D. 4, 1513 Whitlone Drive, Richmond, Va 

Berger, Nancy B,, N. 1, 2532 Stratford Rd, Richmond, Va. 

Bevan, Norman Milton, Jr., D. 1, MCV Apts, BIdg 5, Apt 4, Richmond, Va. 

Birnstiel, Judith Anne, MT 4, 622 Linden Road, Hershey, Penna. 

Bishop, Norma Raney, M. 2, 2410 Drake St, Richmond, Va. 

Bitner, Nancy Jane, N. 1, 2209 Landan Drive, Louisville, Kentucky 

Bivens, Carl Hill, Jr., M. 1, Alderson, W. Virginia 

Bixby, Barbara Anne, N. 2, 5205 26th St, N. Arlington 7, Va. 

Blankenship, Robert Dorwood, M. 3, 913 Forest View Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Blankenship, Susie Jane, Dl 1, P.O Box 849, Salem, Va. 



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Blaydes, Nancy Cleaves, Dl 1, 1010 Wertland St, Charlottesville, Va. 

Blaylock, William McGehee, M. 1, 9337 Russell Road, Richmond, Va. 

Blevins, Caria Pamperin, P. 3, 2222 Columbia St, Richmond, Va. 

Blevins, Henter Lee, D. 2, 3240 N. Abingdon St, Arlington, Va. 

Blevins, Keith Stuart, D. 1, 3240 N. Abingdon St, Arlington, Va. 

Blevins, Larry Allen, P. 3, 2222 Columbia St, Richmond, Va. 

Bliley, Antoinette Cecile, XR 1, 3716 Moss Side Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Bloom, Herman Baer, P. 2, 706 N. Belmont Ave, #4, Richmond, Va. 

Bloxom, Barbara J., N. 4, 9505 Bonnie Dale Road, Richmond, Va. 

Bobb, James Russell, HA 1, 107 Rose Hill Road, Richmond, Va. 

Boissoneau, Robert Allen, HA 1, 15816 Cheyenne, Detroit, Mich. 

Bolick, Donald Steven, D. 1, Rt. #2, Box 416, Hickory, N. C. 

Bolin, Ruth Gunilla, N. 1, 125 Central Ave, Apt. B-10, Rye, N.Y. 

Booker, Martha Chisman, N. 1, 308 Marshall St, Hampton, Va. 

Bortz, Bernard Jay, M. 3, 7603 Newcastle Drive, Annandale, Va. 

Boswell, Cordelia Ellison, MT 4, 306 Oak Lane, Richmond, Va. 

Botte, Alice Lotjise, N. 2, 6212 Nottingham Drive, Washington 31, D.C. 

Botts, Virginia Stark, P. 2, Rixeyville, Va. 

Bowen, Elmo, Jr., D. 1, 1801 Baylor Road, Richmond, Va. 

Bowen, Thomas Otis, Jr., D. 2, 20 Mason Croft Drive, Sumter, S.C. 

Bowers, Irma Elizabeth, G. 2, 1234 Westminster Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Bowles, Paul Elwood, M. 1, 505 Elm Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Bowles, Stephen Martin, M. 2, 522 Superior Ave, South Charleston, W. Va. 

Bowman, Kenneth Darrell, D. 1, Port Republic, Va. 

Bowman, Nancy Elaine, N. 1, Route #4, Rocky Mount, Va. 

Boyd, Donna Jo, PT 4, 6443 Gilmore Ave, Baltimore 7, Md. 

Bozard, Henry Plowden, D. 1, Box 489, Manning, S.C. 

Bracey, Altamont Hart, III, M. 3, 2513 Park Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Bradley, Edgar S., D. 3, 303 S. Boulevard, Richmond, Va. 

Bradley, Margaret Louise, PT 3, 1916 Dellwood Dr, N.W. Atlanta 9, Ga. 

Bradsher, Judith Anne, N. 1, 1559 N. Bryan St, Arlington, Va. 

Brady, George W., D. 4, MCV Apts, BIdg 3, Apt 3, Richmond, Va. 

Brand, Robert Lee, D. 4, 2408 Drake St, Richmond, Va. 

Brandt, Philip Hansford, D. 4, 7318 Three Chopt Rd, Richmond, Va. 

Branham, George Walker, Jr., G. 1, 3907 Elbe, Richmond, Va. 

Brannan, Melvin Douglas, P. 1, 5101 W. Franklin St, Richmond, Va. 

Branson, Donald Gene, M. 4, Route 3, Abingdon, Virginia 

Brantley, Joe Eli, D. 1, 3524 Wheat St, Columbia, S. C. 

Bray, Margaret Lynn, XR 1 , 1 Emerson Lane, RED Plainfield, New Jersey 

Breinig, Nancy Ann, N. 2, 340 W. Gravel Lane, Romney, W. Va. 

Brent, Kaj Michael, D. 3, 3505 Stuart Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Bridgforth, Lewis William, M. 3, MCV Apts, BIdg 8, Apt B, 4th St, Richmond 

Briggs, Patricia Meredith, MT 4, 306 S. Colonial Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Brill, Betty Jo, N. 4, Queens, Strasburg, Va. 

Brittingham, Lafayette Arthur, M. 4 ,3 Stratford Rd, Newport 

Brinser, Chester Lee, Jr., D. 2, 171 Chestnut St, Camden, S. C. 

Brittingham,, Lafayette Arthur, M. 4, 3 Stratford Rd, Newport News, Va. 

Broaddus, John Elmer, M. 2, 108 E. Union St, Sandston, Virginia 

Broas, Donald Sanford, HA 1 , 29 Meyer Ave, Poughkeepsie, New York 

Brooks, Barbara Melba, P. 2, 3754 Nichols Ave, S.E. Washington, D.C. 

Brooks, George Allen, D. 1, 2436 Wilmot St., Columbia, S.C. 

Brown, Alpheus Leo, Jr., P. 2, 1013 Delaware Ave, Suffolk, Va. 

Brown, Bernard Andrew, D. 1, 601 Beaver Dam Rd, Raleigh, N.C. 

Brown, Eugene Lee, Jr., M. 2, 5830 Forest Lane, Dallas, Tex. 

Brown, Martha Westray, XR 2, 1205 Beal Street, Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Brown, Robert E., M. 2, Lincoln Drive, Barnesboro, Penna 

Brown, Sharon Elaine, P. 2, 102 Federal St, Sandston, Va. 

Browne, Martha Rhyne, N. 1, 400 Kenwood Ave, Cherryville, N.C. 

Browning, Janet Elizabeth, N. 1, 3018 New Kent, Richmond, Va. 

Brownstein, Willis Edwin, M. 3, 2700 Idlewood Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Brumback, Ellen Kay, N. 1, Route 2, Strasburg, Va. 

Bruno, Alphonse Henry Leo, Jr., M. 3, 725 W. 36th St, Norfolk, Va. 

Bryant, Barbara Price, P. 2, 1013 Windsor Rd, Suffolk, Va. 

Bryant, Joseph Gary, D. 2, New Canton, Va. 

Buckles, Douglas Layne, P. 3, Box 278, Lebanon, Virginia 

Buckman, Carol Elizabeth, N. 1, 312 Bancroft Rd, McLean, Virginia 

Bullard, Emma Lu, P. 2, 1115 Watson Dr, Wilson, N.C. 

Bumgarner, John H., M. 2, Rt. 2, Box 31, Conover, N.C. 

Bunch, William Garfield, Jr., D. 4, 600 Hamilton St, Roanoke Rapids, N.C. 

Bunn, Margaret Speight, N. 2, 1431 Sunset Ave, Rocky Mount, N.C. 

Burch, Alan I., D. 1, 4301 Columbia Pike, Arlington 4, Va. 

Burg, Hans Adolf, D. 2, 821 W. Grace St, Richmond, Va. 

Burgess, Dorothy Marie, XR 2, 4609 Bassett Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Burke, Patrick Kendall, M. 1, 214 College Road, Richmond, Va. 

Burke, Terry Marie, N. 2, Box 391, Rt. 3, Williamsburg, Va. 

Burner, Donna Jean, N. 1, 2304 Rockcliffe Dr., Hagerstown, Md. 

Burner, Robert Lee, P. 2, Montross, Virginia 

Burnett, Douglas Duane, D. 2, 3376 Westover Dr., Danville, Va. 
Burnett, Gerald Grain, M. 2, Buffalo Junction, Virginia 
Burnett, Hoyt Cromwell, D. 1, Box 146, State Park, S.C. 
Burnett, Larry M., D. 3, 1113 Meridian Ave, Miami Beach, Fla. 
Burnette, Bobby Dean, D. 1, Route #2, Gretna, Va. 
Burnette, Patricia Hove, MT 4, 4707 Eastover Ave, Richmond, Va. 
Busciglio, John Anthony, 1, 2328 Krouse St, Richmond, Va. 
Caldwell, Juanita Christian, PT 3, 2204 Benbow Rd, Greensboro, N.C. 
Campbell, Denis Patrick, M. 2, 3310 Trinidad St, Falls Church, Va. 
Campbell, Hawes, III, M. 4, 2016 Stuart Ave, Richmond, Va. 
Campbell, James Grayson, M. 3, Enfield, Virginia 
Campbell, Robert Richard, M. 2, Box 848, Marion, Va. 
Candler, Carolyn Dale, M. 2, 519 Belvedere St, Lynchburg, Va. 



Cannon, Frances Irene, XR 2, Jackson Field Home, Jarratt, Va. 

Cannon, Lola Evelyn, XR 2, P. O Box 109, Emporia, Va. 

Carbaugh, Georgia Norman, N. 1, Stephens City, Va. 

Carney, Mary Ellen, N. 1, 4B Pine Tree Walk, Newport News, Va. 

Carpenter, Robert F., P. 1, 414 N. Sheppard St, Richmond, Va. 

Carrington, Louie Hankins, M. 4, 7800 Lindsey Rd, Richmond, Va. 

Carroll, Clyde Norman, Jr., D. 1, 4415 Winchester Dr, Portsmouth, Va. 

Carroll, James Lynn, D. 1, 6814 Dartmouth Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Carson, Kenneth Welsh, D. 2, Richland, Kershaw, S. C. 

Carter, Kermit Ingall, Jr., P. 2, 2909 Edgewood Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Casares, Joseph, D. 2, 3901 Horatio, Tampa, Fla. 

Cash, Allan Heath, Jr., D. 4, 2001 Radcliffe Ave, Charlotte, N.C. 

easier, Lee M., D. 1, 7920 West Drive, Miami Beach, Fla. 

Cathey, Bruce Edward, M. 1, 1360 Brunswick Avenue, Norfolk 8, Va. 

Catterton, Catherine Isabelle, Dl 1, Free Union, Virginia 

Caudill, Estill Leftrage, III, M. 3, Pine Hill Rd., Elizabethton, Tenn. 

Cederstrom, Karen A., N. 4, 116 Raymond Ave, Charlottesville, Va. 

Chamberlain, Charles William, M. 4, Waverly, Virginia 

Chandler, Preston James, Jr., M. 3, MCV Apts, BIdg 7, Apt 14, Richmond, Va. 

Chaney, William Richard, P. 3, 6202 Roanoke Ave, Newport News, Va. 

Cherrick, Henry M., D. 3, 8280 N.W. 1st Place, Miami, Fla. 

Chi, Hong Yup, M. 2, #14 Kumbook Dang, Seoul, Korea 

Childress, Linwood L., P. 2, 307 Norfolk Ave, Colonial Heights, Va. 

Christie, Sharon Areile, MT 4, 808 South 26th Place, Arlington, Va. 

Chu, Amy Imeei, Dl 1, 146 Boundary St, Lowloon, H.K. 

Church, Reyben, Morris, Jr., P. 1, 1415 Myradare Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Ciccone, Alvin Jacob, M. 4, 904B W. Nine Mile Rd, Highland Springs, Va. 

Cairmont, Albert Anthony, Jr., M. 1, 2118 Westerly Dr., Lynchburg, Va. 

Clark, Donna Leigh, N. 3, 901 Nottingham St, Culpeper, Va. 

Clark, W. Richard, P. 1, 3700 Stockton St, Richmond, Va. 

Clay, Nancy Grey, P. 2, Charlotte Court House, Virginia 

Clendenin, Martha Anne, PT 3, 132 Scofield, Charlotte, N.C. 

Cloe, Martha Lee, N. 1, 1412 Franklin St, Fredericksburg, Va, 

Clore, Andrew Downer, P. 3, Brightwood, Virginia 

Clough, Charles E., D. 2, 7104 Pinetree Road, Richmond 29, Va. 

Coble, Linda Lee, N. 1, 26 Kane Court, Alexandria, Va. 

Coburn, Linda Faye, N. 4, Rt. 1, Box 375, Mechanicsville, Va. 

Cochran, Sharon Price, N. 2, P. O Box 74, Purcellville, Va. 

Cocke, Brenda Joyce, PT 1, 3208 Gaulding Lane, Richmond 23, Va. 

Cocke, Robert Wilford, D. 2, R.F.D #3, Gretna, Virginia 

Cohen, Alan Brent, M. 3, 1 325A ■ 16 St, Newport News, Va. 

Colasantio, Anthony Lloyd, D. 1, 404 E. Custis Ave, Alexandria, Va. 

Cole, Nancy Lee, N. 1, Rt. 2 Box 293F, South Boston, Va. 

Coleman, Carolyn, P. 3, 3617 Brandywine Ave, S.W. Roanoke, Va. 

Coleman, Natalie Ann, N. 1, 301 N. High St., Blackstone, Va. 

Colley, Margaret Susan, PT 4, 14 Spring Avenue, Radford, Va. 

Collins, LaFaye Rex, Jr., D. 4, 1313 E. North St, Greenville, S.C. 

Collins, Paul Waddell, G. 2, 1313 E. North Street, Greenville, S.C 

Comer, F. Edward, M. 4, MCV Apts, BIdg 2, Apt 8, Richmond, Va. 

Comess, Allan David, P. 4, 4913 N. Crestwood Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Coniglione, Thomas Christy, M. 1, 142 Crowell Ave, Staten Island 14, N.Y. 

Conn, Harry Stephen, D. 2, 42 Brandon Rd, Newport News, Va. 

Connors, Gerald Doran, D. 3, 98 Division, Hamburg, N.Y. 

Coogler, Carol Edith, PT 4, 134 Myerlw Ar, Elberton, Ga. 

Cook, Erma Lou, N. 4, Rt. 1, Box 44, Gore Virginia 

Cook, Phillip Milton, D. 2, Burkeville, Va. 

Cooke, Maxwell Camden, M. 4, 435 S. Boulevard, Huntington, W. Va. 

Coover, Richard Burton, M. 2, 3315 Edgewood Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Copeland, Kenneth Edward, D. 4, 1121 Shuford Ave, Colonial Heights, Va. 

Corbin, James Bright, P. 3, 131 N. Maple Ave, Covington, Va. 

Cotton, Etta Catherine, N. 4, Aldie, Virginia 

Counts, Danny Lee, P. 1, Route #2, Abingdon, Va. 

Cox, Charles Drummond, D. 1, 604 Woodland St, Spartanburg, S.C. 

Cox, David Norman, P. 3, 748 Sherman Drive, Lynchburg, Va. 

Cox, Joseph Clinton, Jr., D. 3, 2710 Lincoln Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Craig, Martha Ann, N. 4 

Cranford, James Snead, M. 3, 2400 Berwyn St, Richmond, Va. 

Crawley, Daniel Harris, III, D. 3, 147 Forest Lawn Dr., Danville, Va. 

Credle, William Frontis, M. 1, 2911 Banbury Rd., Raleigh, N.C. 

Crist, Catherine Florence, N. 2, 2310 N. Kenmore St. Arlington, Va. 

Crittenden, David Gray, M. 4, 1762 East Blvd, Petersburg, Va. 

Crowder, L. Burke, 822 W. High St, Petersburg, Va. 

Culbertson, Dan Ward, D. 4, MCV Apts, BIdg 8, Apt 12, Richmond, Va. 

Culclasure, James Wise, D. 3, St. Matthews, S. C. 

Currie, John Young, III, P. 1, 303 N. Confederate, Sandston, Va. 

Cumbey, James Lloyd, D. 1, 105 Townsend, Bennettsville, S. C. 

Custalow, Barbara Jean, N. 3, 805 Highland Ave, Bluefield, W. Va. 

Custalow, Linwood Webster, M. 4, RED 1, West Point, Va. 

Cuttino, Charles Lynum, 111, D. 2, 222 Evans Terrace, Sumter, S.C. 

Dahl, Allen Louis, P. 2, 4922 Suburban Ave, Apt 2, Richmond, Va. 

Dail, Bobby N., D. 2, 1524 Slater Ave, Hampton, Va. 

Dale, Sandra Ellen, N. 3, Clearwater Park, Rt 1, Covington, Va. 

Dalness, John Henning, D. 1, 615 McAlpin Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 

Dalola, Albert Joseph, D. 2, 126 Clinton Ave, Cortland, New York 

Daly, James Kearney, M. 3, 625 s. Freeman Rd, Orchard Park, N.Y. 

D'Angelo, Elinor Mary, N. 1, 101 Ridgewood Ave, Glen Ridge, N.J. 

Daniels, Betty Marie, G. 1, 3805 Fenwick St, Richmond, Va. 

Daniels, Billie-Lynn, N. 2, 1600 Chestnut Street, Lumberton, N.C. 

Daniels, James David, M. 2, 1421 Piedmont Heights, Huntington, W. Va. 

Daniels, Willard Floyd, Jr., M. 3, 1700 Spring Valley Dr. Huntington, W. Va. 

Danner, William Ashby, P. 2, 7004 Thornrose Ave, #5 



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Darden, Beverly, N. 4, 230 Boulevard, Salem, Va. 

David, Ronald Brian, M. 4, 3317 Garland Ave, Richmond 22, Va. 

Davidson, Gene Grant, M. 1, 9500 Midlothian Pike, Richmond 36, Va. 

Davis, Allan S., P. 2, 1016 Urell P. N.E. Washington 17, D.C. 

Davis, George Parker, D. 4, 43 Rivermont Dr, Newport News, Va. 

Davis, Gordon Morris, HA 1, 216 Live Oak St., Beaufort, N.C. 

Davis, Kennon Wayne, M. 4, 5802 Morningside Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Davis, Philip Coleman, M. 4, Gate City, Virginia 

Davis, William Randolph, M. 4, 2917 Noble Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Davis, William Vaughan, M. 2, 621 Day Avenue, S.W. Roanoke, Va. 

Davison, Beth Anne, N. 1, 416 Cabaniss Hall 

Dawson, Linda Dale, N. 2, R.F.D. #1, Box 139, Hurt, Va. 

Dawson, Nancy Jo, N. 1, 721 Moly Drive, Falls Church, Va. 

Day, Thomas Gordon, Jr., M. 1, 304 Karen St, So. Charleston, W. Va. 

Dean, Charles Daniel, III, D. 1, 1 19 Marion Ave, Summerville, S.C. 

Dean, Lynnette Sue, XR 1, 519 Elm Ave, S.W. Roanoke, Va. 

Dean, Nancy Elizabeth, N. 2, 1704 Beverly Ave, McLean, Va. 

Deaton, Richard Thomas, M. 4, 4 Greeneland Blvd, Portsmouth, Va. 

Dedrick, Robert Epson, P. I, Rt. 2, Waynesboro, Virginia 

Deen, Kemal Harry, B. 3, Box 218, St. Paul, Virginia 

DeHart, Rufus Marion, Jr., M. 3, MCV Apts, BIdg 7, Apt 3, Richmond, Va. 

Denny, Janet Kay, P. 2, Brightwood, Virginia 

DerMartirosian, Edward, M. 3, 4515 Cumberland Ave, Chevy Chase 15, Md 

DiCesare, Anthony N., D. 4, 122 Flanders St, Rochester, N.Y. 

Dickerson, Martha Elizabeth, N. 3, Sunset Drive, Stuart, Virginia 

Diller, Duane Albert, M. 4, 1415 Chamberlayne Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Dillon, Ronald William, M. 4, 2328 Weslover Ave, Roanoke, Va. 

Dishner, Dennie Odell, P. 2, Clinchpcrt, Va. 

Dix, Jo Anne, N. 1, 107 Canterbury Rd, Danville, Va. 

Dixon, Lawrence Rembert, III, D. 1, 1407 Madison Ave, Florence, S.C. 

Dodge, Grace Carol, MT 1, 1100 Carillo Ct. 

Dolan, Leila Anne, N. 2, Qtrs. A. SENS, San Francisco, Calif. 

Dorey, Lee Roy, M. 1, Rt. 6, Box 448, Richmond 31, Va. 

Dolson, Ralph Gene, M. 4, MCV Apts, BIdg 2, Apt 10, Richmond, Va. 

Dove, Catherine Virginia, N. 4, 711 S. View Terrace, Alexandria, Va. 

Dove, Paul Douglas, 0. 2, 117 Florance Lane, Alexandria, Va. 

Dowd, James Grafton, M. 3, 200 Honeysuckle St, Cala, S.C. 

Drescher, Charles Alison, D. 3, 2041 Lynn Cove Lane, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Drisner, Robert Eugene, HA 1, 4818 Old Brook Rd, Apt 21, Richmond, Va. 

Duncan, Robert Louis, Jr., G. 2, 9711 Gardenia Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Dunford, Joseph Leonard, M. 3, 220 - 38th St, Newport News, Va. 

DuRant, Margy Ann, PT 3, Box 123, Lynchburg, S.C. 

Durrette, Faye Carolyn, N. 4, 507 Gardner, Franklin, Va. 

Dwyer, Kenneth Lee, M. 2, 7510 Chamberlayne Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Eddins, William George, P. 1, 310 W. Grayson St, Galax, Va. 

Edwards, Thomas Duke, D. 1, 3425 Thomas Ave, Montgomery, Alabama 

Edwards, Wallace Sharon, D. 3, 501 Prince Henry Ave, Hopewell, Va. 

Effron, Arnold Alfred, M. 2, 1625 Ohio St, Bluefield, W. Va, 

Ehle, Charles E., D. 2, 700 Laurel Leaf Lane, Fairfax, Va. 

Elam, Annette, N. 2, Box 626, Bladenboro, N.C. 

Elgahary, Mohamed, G. 4, 21 B Abdel Aziz, El Rhoda, Cairo, U.A.R. 

Ellett, Judith Carolyn, N. 2, 8448 W. Bon View Drive, Bon Air, Va. 

Elliott, Anna Elizabeth, N. 2, 207 N. 14th Ave, Hopewell, Va. 

Ellis, J. Robert Haber, Jr., D. 4, Box 622, Georgetown, S.C. 

Ellison, Msry Kathleen, N. 1, 7922 Lake Shore Drive, Bon Air 35, Va. 

England, Marshall Charles, Jr., G. 1, 503 St. Christopher Rd, Richmond, Va. 

Epstein, Joel Arthur, D. 2, 7003 Mallard, Norfolk, Va. 

Erwin, Donald Tilson, M. 4, 9012 Patterson Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Etheridge, Carolyn Sue, N. 1, 8004 Pythian Ave, Norfolk, Va. 

Eubank, Gordon Burnley, P. 1, 565 Boyd St, Chase City, Va. 

Eubanks, Marshal Dell, N. 2, Qtrs, L-6, MCS, Quantico, Va. 

Evalle, Lydia Guerrero, Dl 1, 32-B Narra Proi. 3, Quezon City, Phil. 

Evans, Jennie Lee, PT 1, 4203 Thomas Dr., Richmond, Va. 

Ezekiel, Gerald Abraham, Jr., M. 3, 1010 Bevridge Road, Richmond, Va. 

Faidley, June Alane, N 1, 1404 Frederick Ave, Salisbury, Md. 

Featherstone, Edward W., 3, 4714 Colwyck Dr, Richmond, Va. 

Feild, Boiling Jones, M. 2, 1520 Quarrier St, Charleston, W. Va. 

Feller, Samuel, D. 3, 315 So. Shore Drive, Miami Beach, Fla, 

Feinsod, Richard Michael, M. 1, 148 N. Wyoming Ave, South Orange, N.J. 

Ferlazzo, Stephen Lawrence, M. 2, Quantico, Virginia 

Ferrier, Frank Louis, M. 3, 3707 Peachtree Rd., N.E., Atlanta, Ga. 

Fitzhugh, William Garth, M. 2, 3437 Howard Rd,, Richmond, Va. 

Flatequal, Gerald Arthur, D. 3, 6403 Julian St., Springfield, Va. 

Fleishman, Sherrie Ann, N. 1, 6526 Park Heights Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

Fournoy, John Eppes, P. 2, 3309 W. Grace St., Apt. 6, Richmond, Va. 

Fluckiger, Karen Sonya, N. 3, 6715 New Hope Dr, Springfield, Va. 

Flynn, Mitchell L., D. 4, Jones Ave., Greer, S, C. 

Ford, Bonnie Faye, N. 3, 303 Grigg St., Petersburg, Va. 

Ford, Emily Gail, N. 3, Box 1052, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Ford, Harriette Earle, N. 2, 3901 Genacre La., Richmond, Va. 

Forrer, Susan Wallis, N. 4, 200 Sycamore, Franklin, Virginia 

Forsee, James Hedges, D. 4, 5207 Falmouth Rd., Washington, D. C. 

Foster, James Bristol, HA 1, RED 1, Winsted, Connecticut 

Foy, Crawford Edward, Jr., D. 2, 3224 Devereaux Rd., Columbia, S. C. 

Frame, Carol Ann, P. 2, 5010 Forestville Rd., Washington 28, DC 

Francis, Patricia Shannon, PT. 3, 609 Buffalo Street, Farmville, Virginia 

Frank, Marvin Gary, M. 3, 37 Dewey Street, Newark, N.J. 

Fratkin, Melvin J., M. 4, 4905 N. Crestwood Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Freed, Eleanor R., M. 3, 2405 Carolina Avenue, Roanoke, Va. 

French, Virginia Louise, XR 1, 2819 Sherbourne Rd., Richmond, Virginia 

Fridley, Harrison Lewis, Jr., P. 4, Oakwood Oakwood Forest, Covington, Va. 



Friedman, Carl Steven, D. 1, 140 N.E. 128 Terr., No. Miami, Florida 

Froneberger, Elizabeth Ann, PT 3, 539 Woodland Street, Spartansburg, S. C. 

Fugate, Phyllis Elizabeth, N. 1, Glen Court, Ridgeway, Virginia 

Funderburk, Ervin Wall, D. 4, 506 Kershaw St., Cheraw, S. C. 

Futrell, Milton Thomas, Jr., P. 2, P. O. Box 217, Courtland, Virginia 

Gaither, Roberta Lynn, N. 3, Route I, Box 443, Great Falls, Va. 

Gallant, Colin Meakins, D. 3, 8401 Glendale Dr., Richmond 29, Va. 

Garber, Wyoma Mary, PT 3, Reliance, Virginia 

Gardiner, Robert Henry, III, P. 1, 78 Old Orchard Lane, Warrenton, Va. 

Gardner, Dick Douglas, D. 1, 472 East Valley St., Abingdon, Va. 

Gates, William Mark, D. 1, 203 Locust Ave., Hampton, Va. 

Garner, Fredric Bruce, M. 2, 4806 Old Brook Road, Richmond, Va 

Garrett, Thomas B., D. 4, Linden Drive, Danville, Virginia 

Gates, Thomas Jarman, M. 1, 4617 N. Henderson Rd., Arlington, Va. 

Gayle, Sigsby Warren, M. 3, 3520 Montrose Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Gayle, William Earle, Jr., M. 3, Prospect Hill, Hanover, Va. 

Gehman, John Ernest, M. 4, 116 N. Grove Ave., Highland Springs, Va. 

George, James Edgar, Jr., P. 2, 219 Edwards Ferry Rd., Leesburg, Va. 

George, Theodore, M. 3, 4409 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Gibbs, James Samuel, M. 1, 1011 Crescent Drive, Reidsville, N. C 

Gibson, Joseph Haskell, D. 4, Star Route, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Gibson, Roger Ewell, D. 1, 410 N. Joanna St., Tavares, Florida 

Gifford, Roger David, M. 4, 3613 Rownie Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Gilliam, Janet Louise, N. 1, 700 Northwest Dr., Silver Springs, Md. 

Gilliam, Robert Eugene, D. 2, 4814 Crestwood, Richmond, Va. 

Glassman, David, D. 2, 1028 Farmington Ave., West Harttorol, Conn. 

Gleason, James Massie, Jr., D. 4, 406 Buckonan St., Richlands, Virginia 

Glenn, Kathryn Rose, N. 3, Box 57, Prospect, Virginia 

Glenn, Robert Orrus, Jr., P. 4, Mountain City, Tennessee 

Glick, Harvey Allen, D. 3, 530 Garren Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Glore, James Winfield, D. 1, 1081 Ovington Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. 

Godfrey, Lester James, D. 2, 1627 Charles St., Richmond, Va. 

Godwin, Gene Arthur, M. 3, 6813 Carnegie Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Goldblatt, Jeffrey Stuart, M. 1 , 24 Broad, Norwich, Connecticut 

Goldburg, Burt Richard, M. 2, 620 Lincoln Drive, Macomb, III. 

Goldfarb, Allan, D. 3, 5305 Wythe Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Goldman, Charles Jay, M. 1, 402 West Road, Portsmouth, Va. 

Goldstein, Alan Norman, P. 4, 523 Timothy Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Gonsoulin, Henry Toufant, D. 3, 131 Anderson St., Crestview, Fla. 

Gooding, Matthew Kirk, M. 1, 437 Lincoln, Lima, Ohio 

Goodman, Clara Elizabeth, N. 1, Rt. 3, Box 103, Bassetl, Virginia 

Goozh, Joel Lee, M. 1, 1775 N. Portal Drive N.W., Washington, D.C. 

Gordon, Carey Blair, P. 1, Route 2, Orange, Virginia 

Gordon, Lloyd, Malcolm, D. 1, 4703 Briarfield Rd., Columbia, S. C. 

Gordon, Phillip Ralph, M. 1, 959 Harrington, Norfolk, Virginia 

Gordon, Rufus Henry, Jr., M. 1, 201 Sir Oliver Road, Norfolk, Va. 

Gore, Bobby Gene, D. 1, Route 2, Loris, South Carolina 

Gorham, Ruth Ellen, N. 1, 404 S. Laburnum, Richmond, Va. 

Gosney, James Earl, D. 4, Route 3, Danville, Virginia 

Grabeel, Daniel Edward, D. 1, Box 278, Richlands, Virginia 

Graham, James Lee, P. 2, 601 Hamlin Street, Newport News, Va. 

Grand, Lawrence Theodore, D. 2, 2425 Flamingto Place, Miami Beach, Fla. 

Grandis, Stuart Victor, M. 1, 4504 W. Franklin Street, Richmond, Va. 

Grassy, Richard George, Jr., M. 4, 6001-25th Rd. N., Arlington, Va. 

Grau, Lois Dorothy, N. 1, Box 368, Wise, Virginia 

Graves, Owen Daughtrey, D. 1, Lacey Spring, Virginia 

Gray, F. Wayne, P. 3, 1841 Arch Street, Petersburg, Va. 

Gray, Judy Lee, N. 1, 1100 Kentwood Drive, Blacksburg, Va. 

Gray, William Oilman, M. 2, 203 Oronoco Ave. Richmond, Virginia 

Green, Allan Jerome, P. 2, 509 Birmingham Ave., Norfolk, Virginia 

Green, Charles Edward, III, P. 2, 3330 Cutshaw Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 

Green, Lloyd A., D. 3, 1215 Cloncurry Road, Norfolk, Virginia 

Greenberg, Martin Taylor, M. 1, 5106 Studeley Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 

Greene, Barbara Lynn, N. 1, Winway Apts. A-3, Blacksburg, Virginia 

Greenfield, Linda Lea, M. 1, 3125 Webster Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 

Greenwood, Dorothy Burgess, N. 1, 305 Rittman Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia 

Gregory, Harbert Scott, D. 1, 336 N. 9th St., Quincy, Florida 

Gregory, Roger Thorpe, M. 3, 110 Braswell St., Ry. Mt., North Carolina 

Gresham, Kermit Elsworth, PT 3, 1513 Roane Street, Richmond, Virginia 

Griffin, Clinton Duke, Jr., D. 2, 9630 Hammett Pkwy., Norfolk, Virginia 

Griggs, Thomas McKay, D. 1, 1700 Wake Forest Ave., Richmond, Virginia 

Grossmann, Robert Leigh, D, 4, 1748 So. Sycamore St., Petersburg, Va. 

Grubb, Carlene Dale, N. 2, Route 1, Vinton, Virginia 

Grunschel, Karen Gail, Dl, 1001 S. Seminary, Park Ridge, III. 

Guffey, Shirley Annette, N. 1, 309 Viola Terrace, Chesapeake, Virginia 

Gunten, Jo Anne, MT 4, Accomac, Virginia 

Gunther, Lynda Lee, PT, 5816 Crestwood Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Gutterman, Jordan Udell, M, 4, 4903 N. Crestwood Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Gutterman, Lorence Arman, M. 4, 4913 N. Crestwood Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Gwin, Carolyn Virginia, N. 2, 605 Linden Ave., Waynesboro, Va. 

Haas, Alene Gay, N. 2, 3365 Brothers Place, S.E., Washington, D.C. 

Hack, Carole Alice, N. 1, RD. 3, Bridgeton, N. J. 

Haff, Elizabeth Keith, P. 3, 1015 Wasena Ave. S.W., Roanoke, Va. 

Hague, Wayne Marshall, P. 2, 303 W. 28th St., Richmond, Va. 

Hakala, Michael Wayne, M. 1, 4509 Croatan Rd., Richmond 35, Va. 

Halberstadt, Norman, PT 4, 105-16 Flatlands 9th St., Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Haley, James Albert, D. 3, 631 Middleriver Dr., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Hall, Aubrey Carlyle, M. 2, Purcellville, Virginia 

Hall, Kenneth Ward, D. 4, 103 E. 26th Ave., Tampa 3, Florida 

Hall, Linda Carol, N. 3, Box 822, Marion, Virginia 

Halliwell, Leslie Carol, N. 2, 2432 Owen Dr., Kirkwood Gdns., Wilm. 8, Del. 



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Halloran, L. Gregg, M. 4, 3525 D Hanover Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Halloran, Randolph Murrell, M. 3, 525 Woodlav^n Ave., Beckley, W.Va. 

Hamilton, Stuart Henry, Jr., M. 1, #5 BIdg 7, MCV Apts. 

Hamlett, Carrol Ray, P. 4, RFD 2, Brookneal, Va, 

Hamrick, Phillip Edward, G. 2, Box 273, Boiling Springs, N.C. 

Hancock, Daniel Walter, P. 1, Rt. 2, Box 55, South Hill, Virginia 

Hancock, Richard West, P. 3, Buzzard Neck Rd., Creeds, Va. 

Hardie, Edith Louise, G. 4, 929 Kent Rd. Apt A, Richmond, Va. 

Harding, Sandra Jean, N. 2, Star Route #58, South Boston, Va. 

Harrell, Charles Auburn, D. 3, 603 Ash St., Auburndale, Fla. 

Harrell, Robert R., M. 3, #8 BIdg 3, MCV Apts. 

Harris, Charles Rogers, Jr., D. 1, 7323 Three Chopt Rd., Richmond 26, Va. 

Harris, James Ray, P. 3, 7707 Gloucester Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Harris, Wester Gerald, D. 3, 901 Smith St., Graceville, Fla. 

Harris, William Wallace, Jr., M. 2, Box 409, Covington, Va. 

Harris, Wester Gerald, D. 3, 901 Smith St., Greenville, Fla. 

Harrison, Carol Joyce, N. 1, 3729 N. Woodrow St., Arlington, Va. 

Harvey, Jacqueline Faye, XR 2, 2 Cameron Drive, Newport News, Va. 

Hawk, Wilson S., Jr., D. 4, MCV Apts. BIdg. 2, Apt. 14 

Hawkins, Robert Thornton, D. 3, Box 102, Waverly, Va. 

Hawley, E. Kenneth, P. 2, 115 Cherry Lane, Christiansburg, Va. 

Haynes, William David, P. 1, 230 N. Ivy Ave., Highland Springs, Va. 

Haywood, Ralph Wilson, D. 1, 2332 Hampstead Ave. Apt. 1, Richmond, Va. 

Hazelgrive, Carolyn Lee, N. 2, Route 4, Mechanicsville, Va. 

Heath, Larry Lee, P. 1, 2010 Opal St., New Bern, N.C. 

Heatwole, Stanley Elmer, M. 1, Rt. 2, Pratts Woods, Waynesboro, Va. 

Hebb, Harold Withfield, Jr., M. 1, 3162 N. Main St., Waterbury, Conn. 

Hedrick, Roberta Frances, N. 1, 4002 Greenlawn Ave., Roanoke, Va. 

Heiden, Laurence Neil, D. 3, Lake Dale Avenue, Lake City, S.C. 

Helsel, David Fredric, D. 1 , 7 Fourth St., Stamford, Conn. 

Heltzel, Robert E., Jr., D. 1, 1307 Handley Ave., Winchester, Va. 

Heltzel, Sue Ellen, PT 3, 100 Broad St., Bridgewater, Va. 

Helwig, Warren Bowman, M. 4, 5316A Anthony Rd., Sandston, Va. 

Hemingway, Anthony Alfred, D. 1, 302 Palm St., Georgetown, S.C. 

Hemp, Ruth Mae, PT 4, 5205 George Washington Hwy, Chesapeake, Va. 

Henderson, Hilda Karen, N. 1, RFD 4, Box 278, Gate City, Va. 

Hendrick, Albina Kathrine, P 2, 7219 Hermitage Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Herbert, Daniel Anthony, P. 2, 2319 Spencer Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Herndon, Suzanne Claire, N. 1, 4626 N. 36th St., Arlington, Virginia 

Hess, Irvin Eugene, M. 4, 203 Bayard Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Hewitt, Frances Renette, N. 1, Rt. 3, Marion, S.C. 

Hickman, Jane Lee, N. 4, 2550 Maple Ave., Buena Vista, Va. 

Hicks, James Miley, D. 3, 1505 Home Ave., Hartsville, S.C. 

Higgs, Wilson A., M. 4, 1500 Westbrook Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Hildebran, Elizabeth Williams, N. 1, 6507 W. Junaluska Dr., Richmond, Va. 

Hill, Janet Lee, N. 2, 973 Hugo Street, Norfolk 13, Va. 

Hill, Larry Thomas, P. 4, 1203 Jeanette Ave., Vinton, Va. 

Hill, Patricia Ann, N. 2, Rt. 4, Box 221, Lynchburg, Va. 

Hill, Vera Sue, Dl, 327 Smith Street, Timmonsville, S.C. 

Hillier, Joseph Charles, D. 3, 1 1 Brook Lane, Chester, Va. 

Hillsman, Jane Bruce, N. 2, Jetersville, Va. 

Hilton, Ronnie Mack, D. 4, Box 26, Coeburn, Va. 

Hiltsley, Sharon Rose, PT 4, 3560 Ingraham St., San Diego 9, California 

Himelright, Don Russell, P. 4, 207 capon St., Strasburg, Va. 

Hirsch, Jack Samuel, M. 2, 2604 Grave Ave. Apt. 3, Richmond, Va. 

Hodges, Ralph Maynard, D. 3, 1720 Wake Forest Dr. Richmond, Va. 

Hoffarth, Richard Wallace, P. 4, 4105 Cambridge Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Hoffman, Gene Antoinette, N. 1, 904 Crutchfield St., Falls Church, Va. 

Holland, Henry Davis, M. 2, 4406 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Holloway, Sue Ann, P. 2, Box 72, Chatham, Va. 

Holt, Rebecca Alice, N. 3, Box 914, Bluefield, West Virginia 

Horton, Margaret Eriaine, N. 1, Claudville, Virginia 

Horwitz, Sidney Harold, D. 4, 414 North Sheppard St., Richmond, Va. 

Hoskins, Horace Dunbar, Jr., M. 4, 4909 N. Crestwood, Apt. 3, Richmond, Va. 

Hosmer, Carol Elisabeth, N. 2, Lockport Rd., Youngstown, N.Y. 

Houston, Judith Marie, N. 1, 2514 Chapel Hill Rd., Durham, N.C. 

Howell, Joan Nevin, D. 2, 3507 Kensington Ave. Apt. 3, Richmond 

Hov/ell, Robert M., D. 3, 108 North Washington St., Sumter, S.C. 

Hoylman, Jean Bartley, P. 1, 1724 Moormans Rd., Lynchburg, Va, 

Hubbard, Jeanne Corinne, P. 1, 1202 W. 43rd St., Richmond, Va. 

Hubbard, Stephen Foster, P. 1, Box 513, Boeburn, Va. 

Hudgins, Hubert Bland, M. 3, New Point, Va. 

Hudson, Thomas Randall, D. 2, 3601 Montridge Place, Lynchburg, Va. 

Huffman, Harold Ezra, M. 2, 2020 Second Ave,, Richmond, Va. 

Huffman, Laronia Mae, N. 4, 422 E. Rockingham Street, Elkton, Va. 
Hughes, David Charles, M. 3, 307 Seminole St., Lester 13, Pa. 

Hughes, Stanley Ray, P. 2, 325 N. Broadway, Georgetown, Ky 

Hunt, Donald Wayne, D. 1, Rt. 3, Box 242, Gaffney, S.C. 

Hunt, Margaret Tyson, N, 1, Eastville, Virginia 

Hurt, Alfred Dunlap, D. 4, MCV Apts, BIdg. 8, Apt. 10 

Hurt, Waverly Glenn, M. 4, 224 W. Broad St., Blackston, Va. 

Hutcher, Neil Edward, M. 3, 464 D Painter St., Norfolk 5, Va. 

Hvdrick, Betty, M. 3, 2420 Wade Hampton Blvd., Greenville, S.C. 

Hylton, Richard Day, D, 2, 3518 Hanover Ave., Richmond 21, Va. 

Ingram, Robert Carroll, D. 3, MCV Apts, BIdg 1, Apt 14, 

Irwin, Joan Elizabeth, N. 3, 51 Park Drive, Dover, Delaware 

Iwanik, Paul Alexander, P. 3, 108 Willow Dr., Annandale, Va. 

Jackson, James Brown, G., 101 Scott St.,- Kingstree, S.C. 

Jacobs, Richard Tunstall, P. 3, 1211 Warren Ave., Richmond 27, Va. 

Jacumin, Walter Joe, M. 2, P.O. Box 533, Rutherford College, N.C. 



Jaffe, Alan Harvey, M. 4, 1016 Brandon Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

James, Charles Newton, M. 1, Box 236, Caroleen, N.C. 

Janes, David E., Jr., G. 4, 3000 Cliff Ave., Richmond 22, Va. 

Jeffrey, Jackson Eugene, G. 4, 8804 Lawndell Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Jenkins, George Alexander, Jr., D. 3, 453 Westover Hills Blvd., Richmond, Va. 

Jenkins, Merry Diane, XR 1, 500 McCormick St., Dlifton Forge, Va. 

Jennings, William Charles, P. 3, Occoquan, Va. 

Jennings, William Mason, M. 1, 3450 Gallatin Rd„ Toledo 6, Ohio 

Johnson, Andrew Carson, Jr., P. 1, MCV Apts, BIdg. 2, Apt. 9 

Johnson, Betty Sue, N. 4, Rt. 1, Box 140, Clayton, N.C. 

Johosnn, Bradley Gray, D. 2, 3501 Stuart Ave., Apt. 303, Richmond, Va. 

Johnson, Carol Dean, PT 4, 1907 Paddock Rd., Norfolk, Va. 

Johnson, Lewis Daniel, M. 3, 2801 Laflin Place #1, Richmond, Va. 

Johnson, Ruth Rosalee, N. 3, RFD 1, Box 62, Hot Springs, Va. 

Johnson, Wade Lane, M. 1, 410 Botetourt St., Norfolk, Va. 

Johnson, William Harvey, D. 2, 309 N. Thompson St., Richmond, Va. 

Jones, Carole Leigh, N. 2, 5705 Offut Drive, Washington, D.C. 

Jones, David Eugene, P. 2, 209 Cherward St., Collinsville, Va. 

Jones, Hubert A., D. 4, Box 7373, Regnolda Dr., Winston Salem, N.C. 

Jones, Jean Ellen, 1, Box 293, Vacherie, Louisiana 

Jones, John Pearman, P. 2, 623 Madison, Emporia, Va. 

Jones, Mary E., N. 3, 41 1 1 Annandale Rd., Annandale, Va. 

Jordan, Barbara, N. 1, 19001 NW 12th ct., Miami, Florida 

Kahn, Robert Charles, D. 4, 700 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach, Florida 

Kaiser, Robert William, D. 4, 227 Reynolds St., Kingston, Pa. 

Kang, John C. S., M. 3, MCV Apts. BIdg. 3, Apt. 7 

Kashner, Ann Susan, N. 1, 946 S. Royal St., York, Pa. 

Katz, Allan Robert, M, 1, 147-17 78th Rd„ Flushing 67, N,Y. 

Katz, David Harvey, M. 1, 509 E. Hamilton St., Richmond, Va. 

Kaufman, Stanley Mark, D. 2, 1832 Elm Rd., Lakeland, Florida 

Kaye, Ira Hope, N. 2, 7503 River Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Keefe, William Edward, G. 3, 4612 Hanover Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Keeney, Glenward Thomas, M. 1, 2032 10th St., N.W., Roanoke, Va. 

Keim, Lon William, P. 2, 705 Spring Drive, Richmond 29, Va. 

Kelly, Thomas William, Jr., D. 3, 315 Wheeler St., Spartainburg, S.C. 

Kemeny, Gloria Elizabeth, M. 2, R.F.D. #5, Winchester, Va. 

Kemper, Bennett Ira, M. 1, 8310 Burningwood Rd., Pikesville 8, Md. 

Kennedy, Carol Vivian, N. 4, 515 Shadeland Dr, Falls Church, Va. 

Kennedy, Curtis Wade, Jr., M. 1, 3800 Patterson Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Kennedy, William Philip, D. 3, Major Drive, Manning, S.C. 

Kent, David Michael, P. 3, 208 Franklin St, Rocky Mount, Va, 

Kent, Kathryn Margaret, N. 1, 527 Carol Street, Dover, Dela. 

Kern, Donald Frank, D. 2, 8509 Weldon Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Kerneklian, Samuel, M. 2, 5704 Bromley Lane, Richmond, Va. 

Kerstein, Malcolm Henry, D. 3, 175 55th St, Petersburg Beach, Florida 

Kesler, A. Dean, Jr., M. 2, 10400 Midlothian Pike, Richmond, Va. 

Kessel, David, M. 1, 1512 William St., Fredericksburg, Va. 

Kessler, Leonard Paul, D. 3, 5221 Monument Ave,, Richmond, Va. 

Kessler, Melvin Lionel, D. 2, 1382 N.E. 178 St., N., Miami Beach, Fla. 

Key, Wendell Wayne, Jr., M. 4, 2609 Park Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Kibler, Elizabeth Ann, N. 4, 1060 Kempsville Rd., Virginia Beach, Va. 

Kidwell, Suzanne Elizabeth, N, 2, 3535 Martha Custis Dr., Alexandria, Va. 

Kiesau, Kyle Frank, M. 1, 997 West Sullivan St., Kingsport, Tenn. 

Killen, Clyde Patrick, D. 4, 4728 Trenholm Rd,, Columbia, S. C. 

Kim, Kyoung Sook, M. 3, 63 Cho-Dong, Choong-Ku, Seoul, Korea 

Kimes, Sandra Lee, N. 2, 136 Haws Lane, Philadelphia 18, Pa. 

Kincaid, Nancy Ellen, N. 1, 1318 Vanceright, Winchester, Virginia 

King, Barbara Ann, N. 1, Qtrs 409, MCS, Quantico, Virginia 

King, Janet Paul, PT 4, Rembert Avenue, Macon, Georgia 

King, Ronald Lester, M. 2, 103-D Suburban Parkway, Norfolk 5, Va. 

Kirk, Anne Marie, N. 4, 1651 S.E. 8th St,, Ft, Lauderdale, Fla. 

Kirkpatrick, Barry Vincent, M. 2, 2315 N. Florida St., Arlington 7, Va. 

Klondar, Irving, D. 1, 624 Zamora Ave., Coral Gables, Fla. 

Knapp, John Franklin, P. 2, 129 Ash Ave., Highland Springs, Va, 

Knight, Kenneth Bryan, D. 2, 3608 Griffin Ave., Richmond 22, Va. 

Knduff, Margaret Louise, N. 1, 4824 Peachtree Dr., Roanoke, Va. 

Knox, George William, M. 4, 2414 Drake St., Richmond, Va. 

Kohler, Robert James, M. 1, 3037 Lischer Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 

Kolendrianos, Ernest Thomas, M. 3, 229 Alpine Drive, Danville, Va. 

Koonce, Martha Corinne, N. 3, Box 172, Trenton, North Carolina 

Koontz, Toria Louella, N. 2, 8814 Commodore Dr., Norfolk, Va. 

Kramer, Stephen James, M. 1, 6 Hanover Circle, Lynn, Mass. 

Kranitzky, Maureen Elizabeth, XR 1, 6216 Club Road, Richmond, Va. 

Kraski, Henry Edmund, D. 3, 704 S. Beach Street, Ormond Beach, Fla. 

Krautk'ramer, Jerome W., HA 1, 106 E. Laburnum Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Krop, Marianne E., N. 3, 10 Claire Drive, Somerville, N. J. 

Kushner, Floyd Harold, M, 2, 2917 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Kuale, Paul Arthur, M. 3, MCV Apts. 1-6, End of E, 4th St., Rich., Va. 

Lacy, Elizabeth Howard, MT 1, 818 S. Stewart St., Winchester, Va. 

Lacy! John Joseph, Jr., D. 1, 8834 Old Holly Road, Richmond, Va. 

Lamb, Robert Spencer, M, 1, 2162 Malvern Ave., Dayton 6, Ohio 

Lambdin, Carol Nell, P. 1, Sycamore Road, Franklin, Va. 

Lambert, Farrel Paul, P. 1, Nora, Virginia 

Lang, Winifred Ann, N. 1, 3500 A Street S.E., Washington 19, D.C. 

Laningham, James E.T., M. 2, 609 North Main, Pennington Gap, Va. 

Lankford, Brenda Jean, N. 1, 317 Grove St., Franklin, Va. 

Lanterman, Lynn Erma, N. 1, 510 Faber Drive, Falls Church, Va. 

Laster, Joel Allen, M. 1, 1203 Westmoreland St., Richmond, Va. 

Lawrence, Lynda Gaile, N. 1, 10 Morningside Lane, Ridgefield Park, N.J. 

Lay, Wood Neblett, D. 3, Main, Coeburn, Va. 



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Layman, David Arthur, M. 3, Rocky Mount, Virginia 
Layton, James Edward, M. 4, 1002 Highland Ave., Falls Church, Va. 
Layton, Mary Sue, XR 1, 425 Ave. M, Cumberland, Maryland 
Leff, Peter Brynan, M. 1, 167 Wheelmeadow Dr., Longmeadow, Mass. 
Legett, John Albert, M. 3, 5301 -26th Rd. N., Arlington 7, Va. 
Legum, Stanley Howard, D. 3, Hampshire Place Apts., Richmond, Va. 
Lennon, Jesse Sloan, P. 3, 2512 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 
Leonard, Barry Alan, M. 1, 811 Brighton St., Philadelphia 11, Pa. 
Leonard, Edwin Clifton, Jr., D. 4, 118 Courtland Circle, Lakeland, Fla. 
Leung, Robert Yan-Kwai, M. 3, B-36 Estroil Ct, 15 Garden Rd., Hong Kong 
Levasseur, Joseph Emile, G. 3, 3501 Carolina Ave., Richmond, Va. 
Levine, Myron Max, M. 1, 3243 Colden Ave., Box 69, New York 
Levitin, Fred Ronald, D. 2, 205 Riverside Drive, Portsmouth, Va. 
Lewis, Joseph Monroe, D. 4, Rt. 3, Winnsboro, South Carolina 
Lillard, Judith Dare, P. 2, Madison, Virginia 

Lillard, Samuel Francis, HA 1, 6300 Hampton Blvd., Norfolk, Va. 
Lilly, Paul Howard, M. 4, Box 72, Windsor, Virginia 
Lindamood, Mary Orlena, N. 1, Cedar Crest Farms, Forest, Virginia 
Linde, Richard Emil, M. 4, 3305 S. Stafford St., Arlington, Va. 
Lindemanis, leva Bernieks, N. 1, 21 ComTnonwealth Blvd., New Castle, Del. 
Little, James Edward, D. 3, 506 Bowles St., Neptune Beach, Fla. 
Little, Susan Barbara, N. 2, Wildwood Glen, Longmeadow, Mass. 
Litz, Edward Mann, M. 2, 69 Maple Avenue, Welch, W. Va. 
Logan, Jesse Burks, Jr., D. 4, BIdg. 7, Apt. 10, Diesel Housing, Rich., Va. 
Lonchar, Charles, HA 1, 130 Donna Street, Weirton, W. Va. 
Long, Beverly Richardson, P. 1, 626 Pine Street, Vinton, Va. 
Long, Linda Lee, N. 2, Rt. 6, Harrisonburg, Va. 
Long, Patricia Ann, G. 1, 5801 Lee Avenue, Richmond, Va. 
Long, Sandra Anne, N. 3, Box 66, Prospect, Virginia 
Love, Carol Jean, N. 1, Rt. 2, Box 82, Meadows of Dan, Virginia 
Lovelace, Edward Young, III, D. 3, 1432 Dogwood Lane, Bedford, Va. 
Lutz, Gerald Whisnant, D. 3, Polkville, North Carolina 
Lutz, Wallace Bradshaw, D. 4, Mt. Jackson, Virginia 
Lutz, Willard Kauffman, D. 3, Mt. Jackson, Virginia 
Lux, Elizabeth Robinson, MT 1 , 15 Danner Ave., Harrison, N. Y. 
Lyerly, Alan Ray, D. 3, Box 202, Rt. 3, Salisbury, N. C. 
Lynch, Carol Ann, MT 1, 2057 W. Montgomery Ave., Villanova, Pa. 
Lynch, Vernon Lee, M. 2, Rocky Mount, Virginia 
Lynde, Robert Harrington, M. 4, 14 W. Custis Ave., Alexandria, Va. 
MacCallum, Bonnie Bell, N. 2, Box 230, Manor Road, Phoenix, Maryland 
MacFarland, Lee Noel, N. 1, 911 Logan Street, Salem, Va. 
McAllister, John Eldon, M. 4, 7004 Thornrose, Richmond, Va. 
McAllister, Russell Greenway, Jr., M. 1, 3416 Hawthorne Ave., Richmond, Va. 
McBrayer, Reuben Hill, Jr., M. 1, Box 215, Chatham, Virginia 
McBride, Bobby E., D. 3, 101 Liberty, Ninety Six, South Carolina 
McCarthy, Blaine Tompkins, N. 2, 200-78th Street, Virginia Beach, Va. 
McConkey, Samuel Allen, M. 2, 748 Main Street, Barboursville, W. Va. 
McCormick, William Clifton, II, M. 2, Box 136, Raphine, Virginia 
McCown, George Myers, D. 2, 227 S. McQueen, Florence, S. C. 
McDaniel, Janice Elaine, N. 3, 8803 Lawndell Rd., Richmond 29, Va. 
McDannald, Eugene Russell, Jr., M. 3, MCV Apts. 5, BIdg. 4, Richmond, Va. 
McElveen, James Allen, D. 1, Box 241, Olanta, South Carolina 
McEntire, Wesley Edward, M. 2, 3605 Saminary Ave., Richmond, Va. 
McGaha, Leonard Edward, D. 3, 3 Broadmoor Drive, Greenville, S. C. 
McGahee, Charles William, D. 1, Columbia, South Carolina 
McGarry, Richard James, G. I, 4002 170 St., Flushinn. N. Y. 
McGee, Francis Edward, M. 4, 310 Poplar St., Falls Church, Va. 
McGhee, Stanley Watson, D. 1, 2612 Arlington Blvd., Arlington, Va. 
Mcintosh, James Nathan, D. 2, 4612 Longleaf Hills Dr., Wilmington, N.C. 
McKay, Adelaide Courtney, N. 2, 3102 Manor Circle, Richmond 30, Va. 
McKay, Janet Irene, N. 2, 6303 Bowie Dr., Springfield, Va. 
McKenna, Thomas G., D. 3, 310-55th St., Newport News, Va. 
McMarlin, Stacy Lee, M. 3, 6117 Dorchester St., Springfield, Va. 
Mann, Margaret Regina, XR 1, Rt. 4, Box 18, Powhatan, Virginia 
Manuel, Brenda Sue, MT 1 , 8 Draper Lane, Newport News, Va. 
Marcus, Steven Matthew, M. 1, 1141 East 24 St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Markham, Suzanne EdithAnita, PT 3, 1405 Northfield St., Greensboro, N. C. 
Marklay, Noel Henry, D. 4, 7109 Lanier St., Annandale, Va. 
Marshall, Linda Marshall, N. 1, 200 W. 30th St., Richmond, Va. 
Martin, Dorothy F., N, 2, Cartersville, Virginia 

Martin, Mary Elizabeth, N. 1, 7419 Midlothian Pike, Richmond, Va. 
Martin, Patricia Diane, PT 1, 2105 Hampstead Ave., Richmond, Va. 
Martin, Richard Dewayne, P. 3, 332 Cherry Hill Rd., Roanoke, Va. 
Mason, Bonnie C, MT 1, 3230 W. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 
Masters, Stewart Robert, P. 2, 307 Miller St., Winchester, Va. 
Matney, John Lee, D. 4, 170 Grove Park, Danville, Va. 
Matt, Linda Ann, N. 4, 400 East Dudley Ave., Westfield, N. J. 
Matthews, Lois Harris, N. 2, 251 N. Woodberry Ave., Danville, Va. 
Mays, Frank Halton, HA 1 , Rt. 1, Box 105, Lovingston, Virginia 
Mazzocchi, Leo Frank, M. 4, 103 3rd Ave., Fayetteville, W. Va. 
Meador, William L., D. 3, MCV Apts. 14, BIdg. 6, Richmond, Va. 
Medlin, Herman, P. 4, 601 14th St., Virginia Beach, Va. 
Melton, John Wesley, III, M. 1, 3202 Noble Ave., Richmond, Va. 
Mendelson, Louis Moses, M. 3, 204 Riverside Drive, Portsmouth, Va. 
Merchant, James Melvin, HA 1, 118 Pinehaven Drive, Ninety Six, S. C. 
Merchant, William Fewell, P, 2, 447 N. Grant Ave., Manassas, Va. 
Merker, Mathilda Sue, N. 3, Box 1182, Roseburg, Oregon 
Meserve, Linda Judith, N. 2, 101 North Aspen Ave., Sterling Park, Va. 
Mesic, Harry Randolph, M. 1, 2910 Maplewood Road, Richmond, Va. 
Metz, James Kenward, D. 4, MCV Apts., BIdg. 2-7, Richmond, Va. 



Metz, John Richard, P. 4, 4007 Vernon St., Richmond, Va. 

Miles, Patricia Gaynelle, N. 4, 1111 Sandy Lane, Mechanicsville, Va. 

Milewski, Thomas J., D. 1, 2422 Columbia St., Richmond, Va. 

Miller, Abbe Larry, M. 1, 4853 Parkside Ave., Philadelphia 31, Pa. 

Miller, Allen Byrd, M. 1, Rt. 4, Box 295, Mechanicsville, Va. 

Miller, Jay R., M. 4, 47 Sherman Place, Clifton, N. J. 

Miller, Jerry Lee, M. 3, 1415 Chamberlayne Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Miller, Joyce Elaine, N. 1, 124 Dates Ave., Winchester, Va. 

Miller, Martha Ann, P. 3, 1612 Cambridge Circle, Charlottesville, Va. 

Miller, Sandra Lynn, XR 2, 15 Greenv/ood Rd., Newport News, Va. 

Mistr, Ernest Noel, M. 1, MCV Apts, 9, BIdg. 7, Richmond, Va. 

Mitchell, Marie Suzanne, N. 2, 2725 Lofton Road, Roanoke, Va. 

Mitchell, Wylie Edward, Jr., G. 1, 1612 Jordan St., Camden, S. C 

Mobberley, Beverley Elise, N. 2, 4117 N. 3rd Rd., Arlington 3, Va. 

Moff, Maurice, P. 4, 407 Sussex Drive, Portsmouth, Va. 

Molinary, Samuel Victor, G. 1, Box 114, St. Paul, Va. 

Moncrief, Anne Carol, N. 3, 2407 Buckingham Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Moncure, Charles Withers, G. 1, 1812 E. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 

Moore, Dixie Lee, N. 1, 2424 Tillett Road, Roanoke, Va. 

Moore, Netta Claudette, N. 2, Box 464, Grundy, Va. 

Moran, Doris Ann, PT 4, 4938 Rock Spring Road, Arlington, Va. 

Moran, John Lawrence, M. 4, MCV Apts. 3-4, Richmond, Va. 

Morgan, Johnnie, PT 4, 700 Gamble St., Greenville, Ala. 

Morris, Kenneth Wayne, D. 3, 410 4th Ave., Farmville, Va. 

Morrison, Mary Louise, XR 2, Washington Grove, Maryland 

Morvillo, Gerald Charles, D, 4, 216 Utah Ave,, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. 

Mosley, Winifred Coleman, P. 2, 1112 Harwall Rd., Baltimore 7, Md. 

Mostiler, Thomas Wayne, D. 2, MCV Apts. 10, BIdg. 1 

Mount, Linda Kay, PT 4, 5988 9th Rd., N,, Arlington, Va. 

Mowles, Donald Luther, P. 1, 129 D. Oak Ave., Highland Springs, Va. 

Moyer, John Paul, M. 2, 2439 N. Commonwealth Ave., Los Angeles, Cal. 

Mull, J. Dennis, M, 3, 202 Hunton Hall, 1200 E. Marshall St. 

Mulling, James R., P. 3, Box 351, Orange, Va. 

Mullins, Herman L., HA 1, Box 147, Oakwood, Va. 

Musgrove, Talmage Thomas, P. 2, 1859 Monticello, Petersburg, Va. 

Musselman, Carolyn, PT 3, Box 1616, Balboa, Canal Zone 

Myse, Robert Newell, D. 2, 3439 N. George Mason Dr., Arlington, Va. 

Nash, Mary Margaret, N. 3, 3805 South Seventh St., Arlington, Va. 

Neal, Margaret Suzanne, N. 2, 121 Jackson St., Abingdon, Va. 

Neal, Walter Ernest, Jr., M. 2, Box 37, Liberty, N. C. 

Neale, Henry W., M. 4, Box 315, Bawner Elk, North Carolina 

Neale, Laura McDonald, P. 4, 711 Lee Street, West Point, Va. 

Neighbors, Clyde Randall, D. 4, 231 Boundry Drive, Spartanburg, S. C. 

Neill, Kennedy E., Jr., D. 4, Waterview Road, Yorktown, Va. 

Nelson, Bobby Wayne, M. 1, 632 Aberdeen Road, Hampton, Va. 

Nicholls, Richard Aurelius, M. 1, 1203 Peachtree Blvd, Richmond, Va. 

Nichols, Wilson Reynolds, D. 2, 1337 Evergreen Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Noble, Susan Corrine, XR 1, 3801 Tomacee Rd., Richmond 21, Va. 

Nobles, LetaPaige, N. 1, 3314 Granby St,, Hopewell, Virginia 

Nofsinger, Dennis Erwin, Jr., M. 2, Box 111, Midlothian, Va. 

Nolin, Laurier Eugene, M. 4, 704 Hillside Ave,, Berlin, N. H. 

Norwood, George Joseph, G. 1, 1309 Virginia Ave., Glen Allen, Va. 

Novick, Maurice, M. 1, 3322 Monument Ave,, Richmond 21, Va. 

Nuckols, John Thomas, M. 1, 4025 Fauguier Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Nuwayser, Elie Sami, G. 4, 105 Maple Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Oakley, Richard S., M, 2, Diesel Units, BIdg, 2, Apt. 5 

Ochsner, Albert John, III, M. 3, 1421 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. 

O'Donnell, Kathleen, N. 1, 3011 Scherer Dr., Richmond 35, Va. 

©'Harrow, Ralph Edward, P. 2, 128 Edgewood Drive, Henderson, N. C. 

Oliver, A. Luis, N. 3, 511 Virginia Ave., Norfolk 8, Va. 

Osbon, Robert Edison, D. 1, Rt. 2, Greenville, S. C. 

O'Steen, A. N,, D, 3, Rt. 2, Chipley, Fla. 

Owen, Jane Sanford, N. 3, Jarratt, Virginia 

Owensby, Sally Christine, N. 4, 217 Fountain Way, Swannanoa, N. C. 

Owings, Jerry Ross, D, 4, Box 219 Gray Court, S, C 

Padow, Walter Donald, M. 4, 4702 Grandway Road, Richmond 26, Va. 

Page, Patsy Rooney, M. 3, Marietta, N. C. 

Parham, Louis Daniel, Jr., M. 3, P. O. Box 94, Keysville, Va, 

Parker, Clifton Linwood, M. 3, 2106 Lauvel Drive, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Parrish, Howard Lee, Jr., P. 2, 2502 Dickens Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Parsons, George Sterling, D. 1, 102 Hillcrest Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Partin, Claggett Clayton, Jr., P. 4, 3720 W, Hundred Rd., Chester, Va. 

Pascarosa, Carmen Paul, M. 1, 3301 EOU Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Passamaneck, Kenneth, M. 2, 199 Howeland Circle, Danville, Va. 

Patton, John Robert, D. 2, N. Carlisle St., Bamberg, S. C, 

Paul, Crispin Warner, D. 2, Rt. 2, Box 371, Rock Hill, S. C. 

Paul, Rosalyn Genice, N. 4, 4818 Sydclay Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Payne, Margaret Regina, P. 4, 2133 Brookhaven Road, Richmond 24, Va. 

Peatross, Donald Lee, P. 1 , Rt, 1 , Box 171, Ruther Glen, Va. 

Peery, Thomas Ritchie, D. 3, 2906 Stephenson Ave,, Roanoke, Va. 

Pekarsky, Robert Jay, P. 2, 3018 Park Ave,, Richmond, Va. 

Penniston, Lawrence William, M. 2, 1706 N. Jefferson, Arlington 5, Va. 

Perkins, Donald F., M. 3, 379 Iroquois Dr., Bricktown, N. J. 

Perry, James David, M. 1, 35 Fallon St., Staunton, Va. 

Perry, Verna Ann, N. 1, Rt. 2, Box 17, Hertford, N, C. 

Peters, Paul Edward, Jr., D. 1, 1026 N. W. 22nd St., Gainesville, Fla. 

Petitt, Diana Rose, N. 1, 16 South Greenfield Ave,, Hampton, Va. 

Petrasy, Eugene Alexander, D. 2, 1112 Roseneath Rd., Apt. 11, Richmond, Va. 

Petty, Carroll Thomas, M. 2, Rt. 2, Box 128, Danville, Va. 

Pherson, Mary E,, M. 2, 3525B So. Stafford St, Arlington, Va. 



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Phillips, Patricia Ellen, N. 4, Mt. Herman Road, Salisbury, Md. 

Phlegar, Rosetta May, N. 1, Route 1, Waterlick Rd, Forest, Va. 

Piasecki, George Joseph, G. 4, 1309 Blue Jay Lane, Richmond, Va. 

Plauger, Lois Mae, N. 3, Bentonville, Va. 

Pleet, Ruth Ellen, N. 1, 2814 W. Strathmore Ave, Baltimore, Md. 

Plotkin, Gerald Gene, P. 3, 4614 W. Grace Street, Richmond, Va. 

Plowden, Ramon Gordon, D. 2, 414 S. Main Avenue, Groveland, Fla. 

Plunkett, Harry Gordon, M. 3, 499 Westover Hills Blvd, Richmond, Va. 

Pollack, Douglas Jan, D. 2, 401 Westham Parkway, Richmond, Va. 

Polon, Allen Julian, P. 2, 4415 Bromley Lane, Richmond, Va. 

Poole, Joel Richard, M. 3, 6321 Three Chopt Rd, Richmond, Va. 

Poole, Rebecca Iris, N. 2, Boonsboro Place, Lynchburg, Va. 

Poretz, Donald Martin, M. 2, 1327 Juliana Place, Alexandria, Va. 

Porter, Elizabeth Anna, N. 2, 3808 Craven Circle, Norfolk, Va. 

Potter, Patricia Faye, N. 2, 3210 Edgewater Drive, Greensboro, N.C. 

Powell, May Ruth, N. 1, Rt. 2, Box 65, Ashland, Virginia 

Powell, Nancy Jean, N. 4, 4828 N. 27th Place, Arlington, Va. 

Powers, James Melvin, Jr., P. 3, 132 S. 13th Ave, Hopewell, Va. 

Pozega, George, HA, 4700 Venable Ave, Charleston, W. Va. 

Prevail, Jon Leslie, M. 4, 4610 Butte Road, Richmond, Va. 

Price, Dolores A,, P. 4, 1314 Turner St, Salem, Va. 

Price, James Henry, M. 2, Rt. 2, Box 143, Countland, Va. 

Price, John Richard, P. 2, 2920 Oakcrest Ave, S.W. Roanoke, Va. 

Price, Philip Benton, HA 1, 408 Euclid Avenue, Van Wert, Ohio 

Prillaman, Henry Andrew, Jr., M. 4, 1302 Maple Ave, Richmond, Va. 

Prior, Gordon, D. 2, 615 Conley Rd, Richmond, Va. 

Priore, Carmine Anthony, D. 2, Miami, Florida 

Pritchett, Benjamin Jackson, D. 2, 1905 Charles St, Fredericksburg, Va. 

Proffitt, Russell Lee, HA, 212 W. Fairview, Johnson City, Tenn. 

Pruner, Robert Alvin, M. 2, Box 415, Lebanon, Virginia 

Pryor, Donald Charles, M. 2, 900 Shell Road, Portsmouth, Va. 

Pucci, Maureen Louise, N. 1, 48 E. 19th St, Huntington Station, N.Y. 

Pyne, Richard Mark, D. 4, 1300 N.E. 157 St, N. Miami Beach, Fla. 

Queenberry, Connie C, P. 2, 400 High Ave., Coeburn, Va. 

Quillen, Caroll Lee, P. 1, 2317 Forest Drive, Waynesboro, Va. 

Raborn, George Wayne, D. 3, 20 S. W. 23rd Terrace, Gainesville, Fla. 

Radcliffe, William Thomas, Jr., P. 2, 218 Shawen Drive, Hampton, Va. 

Rainey, Charles Abernathy, Jr., P. 2, Rt. 2, Box 113, Dinwiddle, Va. 

Rampey, Robert Edward, D. 2, 2428 Columbia St., Richmond, Va. 

Ramsey, Elizabeth Ann, XR 2, 1332 Roudolph Ave. So., Boston, Va. 

Rassman, William Richard, M. 2, 5524 Fillmore Ave,, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Ratchford, N\sx Glenn, D. 3, 2101 Garland Street, Gastonia, N. C 

Ratliff, James Theodore, M. 3, Rt. 2, Box 67, Grundy, Va. 

Ravenel, B. Owen, Jr., D. 1, 55 Legare St., Charleston, S. C. 

Rawlings, Donald Wayne, P. 1, 7104 Lakewood Dr., Richmond, Va. 

Rawls, Holman Calvin, III, D. 1, 103 York Lane, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Rayfield, Thomas Eyre, G. 1, Cobbs Station, Cape Charles, Virginia 

Redman, Dixie Lee, N. 2, Troy, Virginia 

Redman, Gary Ronald, P. 3, 601 Kentucky Avenue, Norton, Va. 

Reed, F. Victoria, N. 3, 159 Edward Ferry Rd., Leesburg, Va. 

Reed, John Ernest, M. 1, 3317 Garland Ave., Richmond 22, Va. 

Reese, P. Elizabeth, HA 1, Bragg Street, Monroe, N. C. 

Reid, David Alan, D. 3, MCV Apts., B-2 A-1, Richmond, Va. 

Reid, Patricia Ann, PT 1, Little Skyline, Orange, Va. 

Rentz, William H., D. 2, 1309 Woodlawn Ave., Columbia, S. C. 

Repass, James Albert, M. 3, RFD 2, Salem, Virginia 

Repass, Nancy Jean, N. 1, 363 Oakland St., Abingdon, Va. 

Revere, James Hall, Jr., D. 3, Kenbridge, Virginia 

Reynolds, Donald Floyd, D. 3, 504 Airport Rd., Blacksburg, Va. 

Rhoades, Shirley Faye, XR 1, 811 West 47th St., Richmond, Va. 

Rhodes, Herbert Paul, Jr., M. 2, 432 W. Leicester, Winchester, Va. 

Rhodius, Jean Ann, MT 4, 82-73 167th St., Jamaica 32, N. Y. 

Richardson, Gary Meade, M. 3, Barhamsville, Va., New Kent County 

Richardson, Patricia Jeanne, N. 1 , P. O. Box 22, Manassas, Virginia 

Richardson, Sandra Jean, D. 1, 106 East Garland Court, Tampa 4, Fla. 

Richter, Alan Barry, D. 1, 19001 NE 20th Ave., N. Miami Beach, Fla. 

Ricketts, Patricia Elizabeth, PT 1, 18 Ridge Road, Falls Church, Va. 

Ridenhour, Fred Little, D. 2, 119 Broad St., Georgetown, S. C. 

Ridenour, E. Catherine, MT 4, 101 Wythe Ave., Williamsburg, Va. 

Riley, William Noel, D. 4, 3801 Nicholas St., Lynchburg, Va. 

Robbins, Carol Ann, MT 4, Box 927L, Greenwood Lake, N, Y. 

Robbins, Virginia Carter, N. 4, 910 School Drive, Altavista, Va. 

Roberts, Donald Kent, P. 1, 3224 Griffin Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Roberts, Ivan Beryl, Jr., D. 3, 1711 Maple Shade Lane, Richmond, Va. 

Roberts, Rebecca Ann, N. 4, Rt. 1, Box 310, Barboursville, Va. 

Robertshaw, Gilbert Edward, M. 1, 225 Providence Pike, Slatersville, R.I. 

Robertson, A. Andrew, D. 3, Rt. 2, Moneta, Virginia 

Robertson, William Archibald, M. 4, 1211 Wilmington Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Robinson, Arvin Edward, M. 4, 4804 N. Crestwood Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Robinson, Dennis Hardesty, Jr., M. 2, Bedford, Virginia 

Robinson, Janice Louise, N. 2, Box 488, Wise, Virginia 

Robinson, Roger Clayton, P. 2, RFD 4, Hillsville, Virginia 

Robinson, Thomas Hilliard, M. 2, 3142 Floyd Avenue, Richmond, Va. 

Robson, Ann Randolph, P. 2, 1105 Pelham, Culpeper, Virginia 

Rockenbach, Janice Rae, PT 3, 7716 Lamar Drive, Springfield, Va 

Rogers, Leon A., D. 4, Box 5, New Market, Va. 

Rollins, Jane Elizabeth, N. 2, 1603 Franklin St., Fredericksburg, Va. 

Roque, Gerald Bias, D. 1, 2302 Krouse, Richmond, Va. 

Rosanelli, Peter, Jr., M. 3, 106 Old Bridge Lane, Richmond, Va. 

Rose, Eli L., M. 1, 28 Shadowlawn Dr., Livingston, N. J. 

Rosenberg, Robert Kenneth, D. 3, 280 NE 53 St., Miami, Fla. 



Rosenblum, Fred Harris, D. 4, 1030 Manchester Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Ross, Deborah, N. 1, 7402 Floyd Ave., Springfield, Va. 

Ross, Edward Freeman, Jr., D. 1, 3706 Western Branch Blvd, Portsmouth, Va. 

Ross, Mary Linda, XR 1, 3101 Napoleon St., Richmond, Va. 

Rossner, Judith Margaret Dl 1, 1910 Serpentine Cir. So., St. Petersburg, Fla. 

Rothstein, Ted Laurence, M. 4, 175 Pembroke St., Brooklyn 35, N. Y. 

Rudolph, Rosser A., Jr., G. 4, 1202 Meadow Dr., Mechanicsville, Va. 

Rudolph, Sandra Pearl, MT 4, Independence, Virginia 

Ruffner, Joan Elizabeth, N. 1, Leaksville Road, Luray, Virginia 

Runion, Marion Gilmer, D. 3, 212 Madison St., Radford, Virginia 

Russell, Timothy Elmer, III, D. 4, 2527 N. Uplands St., Arlington, Va. 

Ruth, Ronald S., D. 2, 105 N.E. 129th St., Miami, Fla. 

Rydell, Alf Hans, M. 3, 143 Skyview Way, San Francisco, Cal. 

Sachno, Roman, Jr., M. 1, 3139 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Sadler, Rebecca Elizabeth, N. 2, 6252 Mechanicsville Pk., Mech., Va. 

Sager, Roger L., P. 4, Star Tannery, Va. 

Sale, Patricia Suzanne, PT 3, 3311 Florida Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Saleeby, Saleem Najeeb, Jr., D. 3, Main St., Dillon, S. C. 

Salmon, John McClure, III, D. 3, MCV Apts. 9, BIdg. 3 

Salsbury, Carl A., M. 3, 4310 Kensington Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Sanders, Earl Cook, D. 4, Rt. 3, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Sandridge, David Allen, M. 3, 5210 Wythe Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Sargent, Harvey Owen, III, D. 1, 152 Fayton Ave., Norfolk, Va.. 

Sarvay, Thomas Long, Jr., M. 4, 4015 Mt. Vernon St., Richmond, Va. 

Saunders, Edith Carol, N. 4, RFD 4, Blackstone, Va. 

Saunders, Emmeft Lee, P. 2, P. O. Box 187, Holland, Va 

Saunders, Marvin Douglas, P. 2, 500 Whealton Rd., Hampton, Va. 

Saunders, Miles Curtis, Jr., P. 1, P. O. Box 424, Jarratt, Virginia 

Savage, Ellen Katherine XR 1, 204 Washington St., Portsmouth, Va. 

Scafidi, Arnauld Frederick, M. 2, 303 Oronoco St., Apt. 8, Richmond, Va. 

Scafidi, Wilma Kreicar, N. 1, 303 Oronoco St., Apt. 8, Richmond, Va. 

Schaefer, Paul Elliot, P. 2, Route 1, Linville, Virginia 

Schairer, Jeanne Evelyn, PT 3, 3604 Thornapple St., Chevy Chase, Md. 

Schare, George David, M. 1, 2707 Ave. R, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Schimpe, Robert William, M. 2, 11 N. Ligonier St., Latrobe, Pa. 

Schline, Debbie Lee, MT 1, 4118 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Schlossberg, Judy Ellen, MT 4, 1326 Enslow Blvd, Huntington, W. Va. 

Schneider, Karen J., N. 1, 408 Bader Ave., Waynesboro, Va. 

Schorman, Charles Frederick, Jr., P. 2, 108 Clifton St., Hampton, Va. 

Schorr, Bruce Alan, M. 1, 214 Shore Blvd, Brooklyn 35, N. Y, 

Schutt, Bernard Wren, P. 2, P. O. Box 114, Burkeville, Va. 

Schwartz, Joseph Barry, G. 1, 4309 Fitzhugh Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Schwartz, Laurence David, D. 4, 877 80 St., Miami Beach, Fla. 

Schwartz, Sol Martin, D. 1, 8843 Emerson Ave., Surfside, Fla. 

Schwartz, Stephen H., D. 3, 865 N.E. 179 Terr. North Miami, Fla. 

Schwilm, Arlen Lee, M. 1, 1708 N. Quesada St., Arlington, Va. 

Scott, Danny Leroy, M. 3, 1500 Westbrook Ave., Richmond 27, Va. 

Scott, Joyce Jeanette, P. 3, Drakes Branch, Va. 

Seda, Manuel O., M. 4, 257 Larrinaga St., Hatorey, P. R. 

Sekerke, Henry Joseph, Jr., P. 3, 44 Pennington Ave., Newport News, Va. 

Selden, Harvey Fitzgerald, D. 1, 101 Beauregard Ave., Highland Springs, Va. 

Self, Richard Loran, P. 3, 213 Crittendon Ave., NE, Roanoke, Va. 

Shaia, Fred Thomas, M. 3, 3115 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Shalloo, Melanie Louise, N. 2, 3332-4th St., SE, Washington 32, D.C. 

Sharf, Brent Alvin, P. 3, 2401 Park Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Shargel, Martin Chaim, M. 4, 3475 Howard Road, Richmond 23, Va. 

Sharpe, John Robert, M. 1, 1938 Atlee Road, Ellerson, Va. 

Sharpe, Larry Odell, M. 3, 119 Amherst Drive, Chesapeake, Va. 

Sheftall, Stanley Waring, D. 3, 901 College Drive, Gaffney, S. C. 

Shenk, Nora Elizabeth, PT 3, 879 College Ave., Harrisonburg, Va. 

Shepard, Louis Ervin, Jr., D. 1, Box 545, St. Stephen, South Carolina 

Shiflet, Harvey Hatcher, D. 3, MCV Apts. 1, BIdg. 6, Richmond, Va. 

Shuff, Robert Lindsay, HA 1, 1123 Prospect Ave., Pulaski, Va. 

Silcox, Gail Ann, N. 4, 3201 Seminary, Richmond, Va. 

Simpson, Shellie Louise, N. 2, 414 Hariton Court, Norfolk, Va. 

Slagle, Garland Lynn, D. 4, 2806 Idlewood Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Smith, Alfred Douglas, III, P. 2, 4100 Hermitage Rd., Richmond 27, Va. 

Smith, Bonnie Rose, N. 2, Box 54, Oak Hall, Virginia 

Smith, Charles Luther, Jr., D. 4, 1714 Harvard Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Smith, Dennis M., D. 1, 1315 Oak Knoll, Cincinnati 24, Ohio 

Smith, Edith Lane, N. 2, 513 New St., Lawrenceville, Va. 

Smith, Edwin Elmore, Jr., P. 1, Box 344, Brodnax, Virginia 

Smith, Harold Ellis, D. 3, 65 Buxton Ave., Newport News, Va. 

Smith, John Morton, Jr., M. 2, Cottage 151, Sea Island, Ga. 

Smith, Marsha Sue, P. 3, 138 N. Madison St., Orange, Va. 

Smith, Morris H., Jr., M. 4, 4 Tuckahoe Dr., Warwick, Va. 

Smith, Norman Eugene, Jr., M. 2, 3433 Howard Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Smith, Richard Elbert, D. 3, 9306 Staples Mill Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Smith, Ronald Wayne, D. 1, 809 Pine Creek Drive, Greenville, S.C. 

Smith, William Preston, Jr., D. 2, 516 Market St., Cheraw, S. C. 

Snead, George Marchant, Jr., P. 2, Locust Hill, Virginia 

Snead, Robert Perkins, P. 2, 5307 Matoaka Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Snider, Shirley Frances, N. 1, Box 324, North Tazewell, Va. 

Snidow, Conley Trigg, D. 1, 364 Conn. Ave., Spartanburg, S. C. 

Snyder, Nancy G., N. 4, Rt. 1, Dayton, Virginia 

Sobel, Peter B., D. 2, 9875 S.W. 83rd St., Miami, Fla. 

Solenberger, Patricia, N. 4, Rt. 2, Box 321, Martinsburg, W. Va. 

Somers, Carole Lee, N. 4, 29 Willow St., Harrisonburg, Va. 

Southworth, Joanne Graziani, G. 2, 807 High St., Farmville, Va. 

Southworth, Lawrence E., MT 4, Bowling Green, Virginia 

Spaliek, Gemot Friedrich, M. 1, 404 Rudd Hall, Richmond, Va. 



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Spangler, Sylvia Elaine, N. 2, Rt. 2, Meadows of Dan, Virginia 

Spauls, JoAnne, N. 2, 1414 N. Johnson St., Arlington, Va. 

Spencer-Strong, William Henry, M. 1, 109 Witherspoon Rd., Baltimore 12, Md. 

Sperry, Barbara Ellen, P. 2, Church St., Middletown, Va. 

Spicuzza, Thomas Joseph, M. 4, MCV Apts. 3-5, Richmond, Va. 

Spiegel, Jonas Barry, D. 2, MCV Apts. 5, BIdg. 5, Richmond, Va. 

Spilker, Bette Yvonne, PT 3, 1208 Oakwood, Colonial Heights, Va. 

Spoto, Marshall Douglas, D. 1, 436 Lucerne, Tampa, Fla. 

Sprouse, Peggy Shupe, N. 4, Rt. 1, Box 255, Bluefield, Va. 

Stacks, Robert David, M. 2, 106 Dunster Rd., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Stafford, Alfred V\/ayne, P. 2, P. O. Box 4582, Richmond, Va. 

Stainback, Martha Murray, N. 1, 466 Grove St., Ridgevi/ood, N. J. 

Stakem, Brian Edward, M. 2, 2500 N. Jefferson St., Arlington, Va. 

Stalker, William Parmenter, D. 2, 300 Westwind Ct., Maitland, Fla. 

Standi, Johnnie May, N. 1, 2630 Maplewood Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Stermer, George Albert, Jr., D. 3, 5326-B Anthony Rd., Sandston, Va. 

Stimson, Janice Arlene, N. 2, 516 N. Washington Ave., Pulaski, Va. 

Stockton, Sherrill Worth, Jr., D. 2, 3410 Stuart Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Stogner, Marcie Louise, N. 2, 2106 Rolling Rd., Greensboro, N. C. 

Stone, David, W., Jr., D. 1, 1737 Mulmar St., Charleston, S. C. 

Stone, Hal Kenneth, P. 3, 4674 Hamoshire Ct., Norfolk, Va. 

Storch, Aron Sheldon, M. 3, 1607 Weslbrook Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Storr, Beverly Ray, N. 1, 808 City Park, Portsmouth, Va. 

Stout, Brenda Gayle, N. 4, 1412 Hillcrest, Altavista, Virginia 

Stover, Patricia Ellen, N. 2, Tyndall Dr., Gloucester Point, Va. 

Stredler, Michael Eugene, P. 4, 6351 Hampshire Place Apts., Richmond, Va. 

Strickland, Roy Elkins, Jr., D. 2, Rt. 1, Box 154, Wewahitchka, Fla. 

Strickler, Edmund Root, D. 2, 801 Linbay Drive, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Strickler, Karen Zoe, N. 1, Stephens City, Virginia 

Stringer, Lew Winn, Jr., M. 2, MCV Apts 15, BIdg. 3, Richmond, Va. 

Sublett, Joan Carol, N. 2, 9506 Ridgefield Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Sullivan, Robert G., G. 1, 3528 Grove Ave., Apt. 1, Richmond, Va. 

Sung, Edward Lung, M. 1, 40 Kadoorie Ave., Kowloon, Hong Kong 

Sylvia, Bruce G., D. 3, 3201 French St., Richmond, Va. 

Talbit, William Shafto, D. 2, 1102 N.E. 5th Ave., Gainesville, Fla. 

Tarrant, William Garland, P. 3, 26 Willway Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Tate, Rose Marie, N. 1, 2210 East Third Ave., Big Stone Gap, Va. 

Tattersell, Mary Agnes, M. 3, 50 Ridgeview Rd., Staunton, Va. 

Taylor, Carole Jean, XR 1, Honey Pod Farm, Washington, N. C. 

Terwey, Margaret Ann, N. 1, 3609 Essex Circle, Norfolk, Va. 

Teter, Frank Edward, Jr., P. 2, 761 Highland Ave., Waynesboro, Va. 

Thomas, Emma Jean, N. 4, Marina Drive, Yorktown, Va. 

Thomas, Fred Bernard, III, D. 1, Rt, 3, Box 197, Chester, Virginia 

Thompson, Garrie Burton, Jr., P. 4, Box 285, Chatham, Va. 

Thompson, Thomas Terry, M. 4, 6837 Carnegie Drive, Richmond, Va. 

Thompson, Wyatt Wheeler, D. 4, 1112 Littlepage St., Fredericksburg, Va. 

Thomson, James Keith, P. 1, 2304 Buckingham Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Thrasher, James Winfield, Jr., M. 3, MCV Apts. 6, Building 6, Richmond, Va. 

Thurman, Roger Zaion, M. 3, 3903 Pilots Lane, Richmond, Va. 

Tilley, Judy Marie, XR 1, Box 284, Fieldale, Virginia 

Timmerman, John Hodges, D. 3, 1013 Prestwood Dr., Hartsville, S. C. 

Tolley, Pete, J. W., P. 2, 100 Alleghany St., Christiansburg, Va. 

Tomcheck, Robert, G. 1,411 W. Franklin St., Richmond, Va. 

Toporek, Stanley Denis, D. 4, 42 Sixth Ave., Charleston, S. C. 

Towery, Michael Samet, D. 2, Rt. 2, Box 170, Sumter, S. C, 

Townsend, Lucy Kate, P. 1, 118 Lynchburg Ave., Colonial Heights, Va. 

Trefny, Frank A., M. 4, MCV Apts. 1, BIdg. 7, Richmond, Va. 

Triplett, Patricia Sue, N. 2, 1315 Third St., S.W., Roanoke, Va. 

Troiano, Marlin F., D. 4, 407 Poplar, Canton, Ohio 

Troxell, Anne Shearer, PT 3, 104 Macmurdo St., Ashland, Va. 

True, Judith Ann, N. 4, 3807 South 6th St., Arlington, Va. 

Turpin, Joyce Annette, N. 1, Goode, Virginia 

Tultle, Danise Maxyne, N. 1 , 87 Huber Rd., Newport News, Va. 

Tyler, John Hutchinson, M. 4, 210 Richmond St., Chester, Va. 

Tyree, Margaret Jacqueline, N. 2, 1108 Atlee Rd., Mechanicsville, Va. 

Tyson, Isabel L., N. 2, 3561 Murchies Hill Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Updike, Samuel Karl, Jr., P. 2, 604 Leet Street, Bedford, Va. 

Vance, Samuel Franklin, III, M. 4, Box 306, Kernersville, N. C. 

Van Ostenberg, Paul Roger, D. 1, 6120 5th Ave. N. St., Petersburg, Fla. 

VanPrecht, Diana Mason, N. 2, 235 W. 76 St., N. Y., N. Y. 

Varsel, Charles, G. 3, 7825 Granite Hall Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Vaughan, Charles Joseph, P. 4, MCV Apts. 7, BIdg. 8, Richmond, Va. 

Vaughan, Joan, N. 3, 6209 Dustin Dr., Richmond 26, Va. 

Vaughan, Thomas Ray, Jr., D. 4, 329 Kirkwood Ave., Rocky Mount, N. C. 

Vawter, Shirley Jean, N. 1, 715 Park St. S.E., Vienna, Va. 

Vermillion, Stephen T., D. 4, 4808 N. Crestwood, Richmond, Va. 

Vey, Janet Elizabeth, PT 3, 106 Ott Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Vicker, Linda Marcia, N. 1, 2216 So. Columbus St., Arlington, Va, 

Villani, Angelo Joseph, Jr., M. 1, 293 Virginia Ave., Welch, W. Va. 

Vudhiporn, Benja, M. 4, Bangkok, Thailand 

Waddill, James Thomas, III, M. 3, Rt. 3, Box 149, Chester, Va. 

Waff, Joseph Judson, D. 2, 515 4th St., Shenandoah, Virginia 

Wagner, Alice Kathryn, XR 1, 729 Park View Ave., Staunton, Va. 

Wainger, Jules Melvin, D, 4, 1001 Baldwin Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Waite, Lana Louise, N. 3, 716 Louisiana Ave., Cumberland, Maryland 

Wake, Gary W., M. 3, 3019 Edgewood Ave,, Richmond, Va. 

Waldman, Wallace Eugene, M, 1, 269 Terhune Ave., Passaic, N. J. 

Walker, Louise Audrea, N. 1, 108 Afton Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Walker, Waller Keith, D. 1, 121 Irby Ave., Laurens, S. C. 

Walker, William Ray, M, 1, 51 01 Newcastle Rd., Raleigh, K. C. 

Walton, David C, M. 1, 29 Manteo Ave., Hampton, Va. 



Wampler, Robert Garland, P. 4, 4509 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Ward, Franklin Neal, D. 4, 1728 Springlake Dr., Orlando, Fla. 

Ward, Nancy Carol, PT 4, 6412 N. 22 Rd,, Arlington, Va. 

Warren, Daniel Churchman, M. 4, MCV Apts. 4-13, Richmond, Va 

Watlington, Charles Oscar, G. 2, 1910 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Wayland, Russell Barborie, III, M. 3, 201 Bidgood Dr., Portsmouth, Va. 

Webb, William Avery, D. 4, 108 Jackson Rd., Jackson, S. C. 

Webber, Frederick Nelson, M. 4, Rt. 1, Box 108, Lovettsville, Va. 

Weber, Robert Eugene, P. 4, Portsmouth, Va. 

Weeks, Barbara Dalton, XR 1, Springview Farm, Jarratt, Virginia 

Weeks, Russell Stuart, M. 3, Rt. 1, Jarratt, Virginia 

Weinberg, Samuel Edward, M. 4, 3328 Grove Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Welch, Ann Marie, G. 1, Barhamsville, Va. 

Wells, Thomas Johnson, M. 2, 4th Ave. Ext., Farmville, Va. 

Wentz, Willard William, D. 1, 810 Ferry Rd., Danville, Va. 

Wesley, Robert John, P. 2, 3208 Gainesville St. S.E., Wash., D.C. 

West, Betty Anne, N. 2, Rt. 2, Box 171, Fincastle, Va. 

Whichard, Anne Graham, N. 2, 1508 Hopwood Lane, Virginia Beach, Va. 

Whisman, Elizabeth Lucille, XR 2, 1640 N. Woodstock St., Arlington, Va. 

White, David Leigh, D. 4, 2773 Wilshire Ave., Roanoke, Va. 

White, Earl Dowdy, II, M. 3, 4918 Suburban Ave., Richmond, Va. 

White, George Franklin, M. 1, Box 217, Danville, West Virginia 

White, Jane A., N. 3, RFD 1, Box 74, Amelia, Va. 

White, Judith Ann, N. 4, 2207 Chestnut Ave., Buena Vista, Va. 

White, Mary Jordan, N. 1, 55 N. King St., Leesburg, Virginia 

White, Newton Kirke, M. 1, Rt. 1, Abingdon, Va. 

White, Paul Fletcher, M. 4, 318 Lee St., Richlands, Va. 

White, Raymond Petrie, Jr., G. 2, 715 New York Ave., Norfolk, Va. 

Whitehead, Claude Stuart, Jr., D. 4, Java Star Route, Chatham, Virginia 

Whitley, Margaret Anne, N. 2, 2416 Bryan Park Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Whittington, Edward Robert, D. 2, MCV Apts, 8, BIdg. 4, Richmond, Va. 

Wick, Peter Lawrence, M. 1, 2219 N. Military Rd., Arlington 7, Va. 

Wiener, Eugene S., M. 4, 3521 D. Hanover Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Wilkerson, Robert Edward, D. 3, MCV Apts. 11, BIdg. 5, Richmond, Va. 

Wilkerson, Ruth Catherine, M. 2, 306 Hill Street, St. Albans, W. Va. 

Wilkins, Lucien Sanders, M. 1, 346 Carthage St., Sanford, N. C. 

Willard, Richard Norman, M. 2, Rt. 14, Box 326, Hokebrady Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Williams, Anne Ballard, P. 2, 631 E. Main, Marion, Virginia 

Williams, Bessie Mae, 3019 Campbell St., Houston, Texas 

Williams, Daniel Herbert, III, M. 1, 6316 Roosevelt Ave,, Pennsauken 9, N,J. 

Williams, George Leigh, D. 3, Rt. 2, Mt. Airy, N. C. 

Williams, Judy Dale, N. 4, 4106 Hermitage Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Williams, Martha Sandra, N. 1, 1015-80th St., Newport News, Va. 

Williams, Mary Karen, N. 2, P. O. Box 38, Pembroke, Va, 

Williams, Robert Blake, P. 2, 631 East Main St., Marion, Va. 

Williams, Troy Howard, M. 4, Gasburg, Virginia 

Williamson, Sterling Rudolph, M. 3, 133 E. 5th St., Media, Pa. 

Willis, Johnny Ray, M. 2, Virginia Ave,, Norton, Va. 

Willis, Thomas Wendell, D. 2, RFD 3, Box 186, Gainesville, Fla. 

Willms, Victoria Jean. N. 2, 4306 Trenholm Rd., Columbia, S. C. 

Willoughby, Noraica, N. 1, 101 E. Luray Ave., Alexandria, Va. 

Wilson, Harriet Sydney, PT 3, 2835 Bicknell Rd,, Richmond, Va. 

Wilson, Laura Kathryn, XR 2, 3502 Hawthorne Dr., Camp Hill, Pa. 

Wilson, Wayne Hilton, M. 4, 1318 S. 21st St., Arlington, Va. 

Eimberly, Elizabeth Ann, N. 1, 2814 S. Arlington Ridge Rd., Arlington, Va. 

Wimberly, Joseph Wesley, Jr., D. 1, Rt. 2, Bowman, S. C. 

Wine, Gail Irene, N. 1, Rt. 3, Box 16, Manassas, Virginia 

Wine, Philip Morton, D. 4, Mt, Sidney, Virginia 

Wingert, Patricia Ann, N. 2, 5643 Devine St., McLean, Virginia 

Wingfield, Betty Jo, MT 1, Rt. 1, Gladys, Va. 

Winn, Jean Savage, N. 2, 3703 McGuire Dr., Richmond, Va. 

Wolfe, John Richard, M. 1, 1106 Westview, Lynchburg, Va. 

Woo, Young Hun, P, 4, 3423 W, Cary St., Richmond, Va. 

Wooddell, William Jeff, M. 2, 4200 Noves Ave., Charlston, W. Va. 

Woofter, Joseph Corder, M. 1, 1810-21st Street, Parkersburg, W. Va. 

Woolley, Janet Ann, N. 3, 303 Colonial Dr., Wallingford, Pa. 

Wootlon, Jane Pendleton, M. 3, 2401 E. Grace St., Richmond, Va. 

Workman, Richard Ray, P. 2, 7341 Hermitage Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Worrell, Henry Patterson, D. 1, 400 Woodland Dr., Marion, S. C. 

Wray, Frank Grove, M. 1, 418 Morningside Hqts., Lexington, Va. 

Wray, William Barton, D. 3, 3912 Pilots Lane #5, Richmond, Va. 

Wright, Allen Kent, G. 3, 5401 Raleigh Rd., Richmond, Va. 

Wright, John Wayne, P. 3, Pound, Virginia 

Wyatt, Betty Sue, M. 2, 2401 Cornwallis Ave., Roanoke, Va. 

Wynn, James Elkanah, P. 4, 443 Morrison Ave., Newport News, Va. 

Yancey, Franklin Dellano, P. 2, Rt. 2, Box 151, Clarksville, Va. 

Yarbrough, Alfred Nelson, D. 2, P. O. Box 817, Arcadia, Fla. 

Yarbrough, Terry Pinckney, M. 3, 6510 Patterson Ave., Richmond, Va. 

Yates, Patricia Sue, N. 1, 104 Ewart St., Hinton, W, Va. 

Yatteau, Ronald F., M. 2, 101 Doreen Dr., Des Plaines, III. 

Yeatras, George Steven, D, 3, 162 N. Loudoun St., Winchester, Va. 

Yerger, David Hack, M. 3, Rt. 1, Box 21 BAA, Colonial Heights, Va. 

Yeung, Priscilla Elsa, N. 2, 514 Pickett Lane, Herndon, Virginia 

Young, Brenda Lee, N. 2, 809-9th St., Altavista, Va. 

Young, Raymond Arthur, M. 3, 2037 N, Underwood St., Arlington 13, Va. 

Yowell, Sharon, N. 1, 506 South West St., Culpeper, Virginia 

Yung, Allan Ka-Lun, M. 2, 19 Robinson Rd., G/f, Hong Kong 

Yuskaitis, Anthony Joseph, M. 4, 104 Graham Ave., Paterson, N. J. 

Zambrana, Benjamin F., M. 1, Cajon 9, LaPaz, Bolivia, S. A. 

Zechini, Richard Riley, D. 4, MCV Apts. 10, BIdg. 4, Richmond, Vj. 

Ziesmer, Dale Walter, D. 4, 3907 Elba St., Apt. #3, Richmond, Va. 



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What is MCV? 

We have tried to tell you by showing you her 

heart and hands . . . her people . . . 

If we have pictured a nnemory, 

reflected a mood . . . then we have succeeded in 

capturing a bit of the dream and reality on 

paper. 

And, if we have succeeded, a large amount of the 
credit goes to Mr. Lester Peterson of Taylor 
Publishing Company, who took our vague ideas and 
showed us how to polish them and put them on paper. 
Another slice goes to Janice McDaniel, photography 
editor, who juggled schedules and chased down 
photographers. Credit also falls on the shoulders 
of all the section editors. 

And, if we have succeeded, credit goes to you 
the Student Body for the cooperation and support 
you have given us. 

THE EDITORS 



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Surveying village liealth needs, an SK&F Foreigit Fellow examines a clnhi in 
Kurali, near New Delhi, India. 



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At hospitals and medical outposts a long way from 
the classroom, medical students learn to cope with 
unfamiliar diseases; help to provide much-needed 
medical services to people in underdeveloped areas of 
the world; and contribute to international under- 
standing and good will. 

This unusual opportunity to work and study in for- 
eign countries is offered to students through the 
Foreign Fellowships Program of Smith Kline & French 
Laboratories. Administered by the Association of 
American Medical Colleges, the program has enabled 
123 students to work in 40 different countries during 
the past four years. Junior and senior medical stu- 
dents are eligible to apply for Fellowships, which 
provide for an average of 12 weeks' work abroad to 
be completed before internship. 

Students who are interested in Fellowships should 
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MEDICAL COLLEGE OF VIRGINIA 
RICHMOND 



COLLEGE HOSPITALS 



MCV HOSPITAL 
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL 



ST. PHILIP HOSPITAL 
ENNION G. WILLIAMS HOSPITAL 




MCV HOSPITAL 



A. D. Williams Memorial Clinic 
Outpatient Department 



CHARLES P. CARDWELL, JR. 
Director, College Hospitals 



Compliments 
of 

JOHNSTON-WILLIS HOSPITAL 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



265 BEDS 

MEDICAL, SURGICAL, OBSTETRICAL AND PEDIATRIC 

DEPARTMENTS 

Accredited Training School for Nurses 



Approved rotating Internships and residences in medicine and surgery 



STUART CIRCLE HOSPITAL 

413-21 Stuart Circle 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Medicine: Orthopedics: 

MANFRED CALL, III, M.D. BEVERLEY B. CLARY, M.D. 

M. MORRIS PINCKNEY, M.D. JAMES B. DALTON, JR., M.D. 

ALEXANDER G. BROWN, III, M.D. FRANKLIN P. WATKINS, M.D. 

JOHN D. CALL, M.D. Urology: 

WYNDHAM B. BLANTON, JR., M.D. FRANK POLE, M.D. 

FRANK M. BLANTON, M.D. HARRY S. ROWLAND, JR., M.D. 

JOHN W. POWELL, M.D. Roentgenology and Radiology: 
Surgery: HUNTER B. FRISCHKORN, JR., M.D. 

A. STEPHENS GRAHAM, M.D. WILLIAM C. BARR, M.D. 

CHARLES R. ROBINS, JR., M.D. JAMES W. PROFFITT, M.D. 

CARRINGTON WILLIAMS, M.D. Anesthesiologists: 

RICHARD A. MICHAUX, M.D. HETH OWEN, JR., M.D. 

CARRINGTON WILLIAMS, JR., M.D. WILLIAM B. MONCURE, M.D. 

ARMISTEAD M. WILLIAMS, M.D. Ear, Nose, and Throat: 
Plastic Surgery: J. WARREN MONTAGUE, M.D. 

HUNTER S. JACKSON, M.D. Oral Surgery: 
Obstetrics and Gynecology: GUY R. HARRISON, D.D.S. 

WM. DURWOOD SUGGS, M.D. Pathology: 

SPOTSWOOD ROBINS, M.D. JAMES B. ROBERTS, M.D. 

DAVID C. FORREST, M.D. Physical Therapy: 

JOSEPH C. PARKER, M.D. JACQUELYN F. PEARMAN. R.P.T. 
Pediatrics: Director: 

EDWARD G. DAVIS, JR., M.D. CHARLES C. HOUGH 

THOMAS P. OVERTON, M.D. 

EDWARD J. WILEY, M.D. 










May your dedication to healing be ever strong, 

nnay your health and energy be ever equal to the 

challenge, may your life be long and rich in 

accomplishnnents, may all the tomorrows of 

medicine be brighter because of you. 

WM. P. POYTHRESS & COMPANY, INC. 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Manufacturers of ethical pharmaceuticals since 1856 











GRACE HOSPITAL 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 




OFFICERS 

A. L Herring, Jr., M.D., President 

W. F. Bryce, M.D., Vice-President 

J. R. Grinels, M.D., Vice-President 

T. B. V/ashington, M.D., Secretary-Treasurer 



Administrator 
D. N. PACE 



Director of Education 
MRS. LORRAINE A. MARCHANT 



Our school offers many advantages to those who wish to enter the 
nursing profession. Complete information furnished upon request. 




Compliments of 

HARRIS-WILLIAMS DENTAL LABORATORY, INC. 



Complete and Modern Laboratory Service 



407 Lee Medical BIdg. 
1805 MOUMENT AVE. 




Phone EL 9-4697 
RICHMOND 20, VA. 



Compliments of 

RICHMOND EYE HOSPITAL 

RICHMOND EAR, NOSE 

AND THROAT HOSPITAL 

408 North 12th Street 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



Compliments of 

RICHMOND MEMORIAL 
HOSPITAL 



Compliments of 

ST. ELIZABETH'S 
HOSPITAL 

RICHMOND, VA. 



Compliments of 

TUCKER HOSPITAL 

INCORPORATED 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



Compliments of 

McGUIRE CLINIC 
ST. LUKE'S HOSPITAL 

1000 West Grace Street 
RICHMOND, VA. 




SOUTHERN MEDICAL SUPPLY 
CO., INC. 

1206 E. Main Street 

Richmond, Virginia 

Phone Milton 3-7407 

Everything From One Source 



L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 

3110 West Marshall Street 
Richmond, Virginia 23230 

Phone 358-6612 
CHARLES G. MOTLEY, Representative 

'Official Medicai College Class Ring' 




RICHMOND 

PETERSBURG - CHARLOTTESVILLE 

NEWPORT NEWS -WAYNESBORO 

and 

WASHINGTON, D. C. 



NORTH AMERICA ASSURANCE SOCIETY 
OF VIRGINIA, INC. 



Low Rate Student Life Insurance 

Life, Non-Cancellable Accident 

Sickness and Hospitalization — Surgical Insurance 

Group Consultants 



An Old Line Legal Reserve Life Insurance Company 
HOME OFFICE — RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



COMPLETE INSURANCE FACILITIES 

TABB, BROCKENBROUGH & RAGLAND 

HENRY G. COSHILL CHARLES M. MORRISON GEORGE W. ROBINSON 

ASSOCIATES 

J. Bradshaw Beverly, III, Charles B. Fraley, Robert P. Grymes, Jr., Stuart B. Jenness 
Thomas H. Scales, Jr. 

1112 East Main Street Phone: 644-3043 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 




Independent, 
Locally Owned 

VIRGINIA 
DAIRY 

Since 1920 

The Home of 
Better Milk 

1810-16 W. Main Street 
ELGIN 5-2838 



BAUSCH & LOMB 
INCORPORATED 

South Atlantic Regional Headquarters 

Opthalmic Instruments, Equipment 

and Supplies 

307 East Franklin Street 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



STROTHER DRUG CO. 

Wholesale Druggist 



LYNCHBURG, VA. 
I 117 Jefferson St. 



RICHMOND, VA. 
3700 Saunders Ave. 



Let Him Serve You Most 
Who Serves You Best. 



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Good Home Cooked Food 

The "Campus Room" 

Located in the 

Student Union 




RETREAT FOR THE SICK 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



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Is this dentist 

( ) Educating the patient? 

( ) Demonstrating his professional 

skill and knowledge? 

( ) Putting the patient's fears at rest? 

( ) Taking the first step toward easv and 

accurate tooth color selection? 

A. 

ALL FOUR! 





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remove manv of the psveholotjical olistacles to the denture experience. And \\ 1 
von use the Blend Selector to evaluate the patient's tooth color recjuiremcnts, \ 
take the first and most important step toward final success of the esthetit restorati 



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OWENS, MINOR 

& 
BODEKER, INC. 

RICHMOND II, VIRGINIA 

• • 

Wholesale Druggists 

Serving Drug Stores 

and Hospitals of Virginia 

and North Carolina Since 1882 







Today, we reach for worlds 

we hardly dreamed of . . . yesterday. 

And wherever we reach— below the 
seas, beyond the stars — there is elec- 
tricity. A vital force— meeting chal- 
lenges, creating careers, translating 
dreams into reality. 

VIRGINIA ELECTRIC AND 
POWER COMPANY <^^ 



BRUCK'S, INC. 

387 Park Avenue South 

New York 16, New York 

CHICAGO — PITTSBURGH — DETROIT 

CLEVELAND — ROCHESTER — BOSTON 

BUFFALO 



PHIPPS & BIRD, INC. 

Servinq Science Since 1925 

LABORATORY EQUIPMENT 

APPARATUS 

CHEMICALS 

6th at Byrd Streets — Richmond, Virginia 



THOMAS G. POWELL 

Or+hopedic Surgical Appliances 
Artificial Limbs 

Braces, Abdominal Belts, Trusses, 

Elastic Hosiery, Arch Supports, 

Stump Socks 

Wheel Chairs Crutches 

414 W. Broad Street 

RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Phones: Ml 3-8656 or Ml 3-0658 



THE MAY COMPANY 

CONGRATULATIONS 

AND 

BEST WISHES 

6th and Grace Streets — Richmond, Virginia 



HARRIS DENTAL COMPANY, INC. 

Established 1919 
Dental Supplies and Equipment 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA NORFOLK, VIRGINIA ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 

Connplete Service on Locations, Office Planning and Design is available 
to all Dental Students on request. 



Compliments of 

RICHMOND 
SURGICAL SUPPLY COMPANY 

1400 North Boulevard 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 



GRANT DRUG 
COMPANY, INC. 

Prescriptions 

610 East Broad Street 
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA 

Phone Milton 3-1803 

• 

OPEN ALL NIGHT 

'The Downtown Prescription Center" 




The Junior nursing class takes a day off for sun and fun at Virginia Beach. 



all Peoples Drug Stores filled 

5,647,729 PRESCRIPTIONS 

in 1963 




5,647,729 prescriptions! That's the number filled last year 
by all Peoples Drug Stores, an increase of 595,476 over 
1962. Impressive figure, impressive public confidence . . . 
because behind all prescribed medicine at Peoples is 
confidence — in the physician who prescribes it, the manu- 
facturer who makes it, the pharmacist who fills the pre- 
scription. We are proud to share this confidence with 
physician and drug manufacturer. At Peoples, nothing 
is so important as prescriptions! 

PEOPLES DRUG STORE 



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Best Wishes 
From 

PHYSICIANS PRODUCTS CO., INC. 

PETERSBURG, VIRGINIA 



Compliments of 

POWERS AND ANDERSON DENTAL COMPANY, INCORPORATED 

1657 West Broad Street 
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA TEL. EL 5-8607 

Branch Offices In 

ARLINGTON — NORFOLK — ROANOKE, VIRGINIA 

CHARLOTTE — RALEIGH, NORTH CAROLINA 

BRISTOL, VIRGINIA 



Compliments of 

SKULL & BONES 
RESTAURANT 

400 North Twelfth Street 

RICHARD H. and EDWARD H. SHAIA 
Proprietors 



PICTURE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS 

The X-Ray would like to thank the following photog- 
raphers for the time and effort they put into this 
book: Ted Partlov/, Walter Padow, Mr. Alexander 
of Colonna Studios, and David Kessel. We would 
also like to thank the Richmond News-Leader and 
Times-Dispatch for permission to use the pictures 
on pages 2, 3, and I I 7. 



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